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Domaine des Deux Arcs is located in the heart of the Loire Valley in the small town of Martigné-Briand, 30 km from Angers, the most wine-growing village in western France. Our 53 Ha vineyard is planted on a clayey-limestone and schist soil, which allows us to produce several types of grape varieties such as chenin, cabernet franc or chardonna...Lire plus Learn more
Domaine des Deux Arcs is located in the heart of the Loire Valley in the small town of Martigné-Briand, 30 km from Angers, the most wine-growing village in western France.
Our 53 Ha vineyard is planted on clayey-limestone and schist soil, which allows us to produce several types of grape varieties such as chenin, cabernet franc and chardonnay.
This richness in our terroir gives our wines the character and typicity of Anjou wines.
Domaine des Deux Arcs was created in 1904 by the great-great-grandfather of the current owner. Originally, the estate was a mixed farming farm, it was only in 1973 that we specialized in viticulture. The origin of the name comes from a sketch that represented the road to Tigné-Noyant and where the plain separated the vineyard in two.
Today, Jean-Marie Gazeau is at the head of the family business, perpetuating the 5th generation of the estate.
With a history of more than a hundred years, we have a range of fifteen wines from different appellations such as Cabernet d'Anjou, Anjou Village, Savennières and Bonnezeaux. Every year the estate is honoured with several awards such as our Cabernet d'Anjou 2018 which has received two medals (silver and gold), our Anjou Village 2017 "Generation V" a medal (gold) or our Savennières 2016 which has received two stars in the Hachette guide.
All our vines are managed in a sustainable way. This practice consists in treating the vines only if necessary, after a rigorous analysis of the vine's needs. Our plots are surrounded by hedges, essential to wildlife life.
The relatively large size of our vineyard allows us to express ourselves on different appellations, different grape varieties and different terroirs.