It produces red wines, whites, roses and sparkling wines. They all have one thing in common: their suppleness, finesse and freshness. The Saumur sub-region covers 1,100 hectares with an annual production of 69,000 hectolitres.
To the eye, the white wines of Saumur have a remarkable pale yellow colour with green highlights. The nose blends mineral aromas with notes of white flowers and lime blossom. In the mouth, the wine refreshes our taste buds. The red wines are of a beautiful ruby colour with hints of black cherry. The nose develops aromas of red fruits (raspberry), violet and reminiscent of spices. When ripe, the wine reveals aromatic aromas of pepper. On the palate, the roundness seduces the palate thanks to the melted tannins. These wines have a storage potential of 5 years. Red goes well with dishes such as meat (red, white) and poultry, while white is more suitable for shellfish, fish and seafood.