Orleans-Clery | red wine appellation | Loire Valley | France

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Orleans-Clery wine appellation
Wine appellation
Country: France

The Orleans-Clery wine appellation is a relatively new one having gained appellation status in November 2006. It is situated in the upper Loire Valley around the city of Orleans. Only red wines made from Cabernet Franc are permitted in this tiny appellation of 35 hectares that extends over 5 communes on the left bank of the Loire. They are Cléry-Saint-André, Mareau-aux-Prés, Mézières-lez-Cléry, Olivet and Saint-Hilaire-Saint-Mesmin.
Look for the wines of Pascal Javoy and Clos Saint-Fiacre from this appellation.
 
     
     
     


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