Loire


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Synonyms for Loire

the longest French river

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The Loire Valley offers refreshingly tart and tangy varieties made with the Sauvignon Blanc grape--try Richard Bourgeois (2003).
If you've never tried a great sweet Loire wine, be bold and try my wine of the week.
White wines are the dominant force throughout most of the Loire and in the Upper Loire this means Sauvignon Blanc, which produces the tingling and stony dry wines of Sancerre, Pouilly Fume and lesser known Menetou-Salon.
Major organization : CAF DE LA LOIRE ATLANTIQUE (786 019 554 00 116)
It is an extremely varied zone: the department includes the sands of the Sologne (good for growing irises, but little else), the vineyards of the middle Loire, the Cher, the Renaissance city of Blois, the chateaux of Chambord and Cour-Cheverny, along with the Beauce and what Zola called the "distant blue hills of the Perche".
One really ought to compare this book, a study of the department of the Loire, with James R.
Contract notice: this market aims to assist the regional health agency of the pays de la loire (ars) in piloting a telemedicine project in the sarthe region.
Saint-Nazaire's two shipbuilding yards, the Loire and Penhouet, drew most of their unskilled workers from Saint-Nazaire's new residential quartiers but found skilled workers in the rural communities just to the north of Saint-Nazaire, in the marshland known as La Grande Briere.