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Loire river runs 1006 kilometers from its source to the ocean.

From the grapes to the glass, 1006 crafts natural wines in its urban winery in Angers,

reflecting terroirs from Loire valley.

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CRAFT WINEMAKING TRADE

Thanks to lasting partnerships with winegrowers working with respect for the living, according to the specifications of organic farming, 1006 interprets the terroirs of Loire valley by selecting and monitoring plots dedicated to its wines throughout the year.

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Melon de Bourgogne

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Single plot located in the heart of Muscadet. Soils of silts and quartz on micaschists base. Oceanic climate.

 

About forty year old vines. Viticulture respectful of life, first year of organic conversion.

 

Manual harvest, slow pressing, spontaneous alcoholic and malolactic fermentations. Ageing on fine lies for 6 months.

 

Indication Géographique Protégée  « Val de Loire »

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Chenin Blanc

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Single plot located on a carboniferous plateau in Anjou. Clayey sand soils on a base of green to grey schists. Oceanic climate.

 

About thirty year old vines. Viticulture respectful of life, second year of organic conversion.

 

Manual harvest, slow pressing, spontaneous alcoholic and malolactic fermentations. Ageing in vat for 6 months.

 

Indication Géographique Protégée  « Val de Loire »

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Grolleau Noir

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Single plot located in Anjou. Soils of clayey-sandy silts on a sandstone and schist base. Oceanic climate.

 

About sixty year old vines. Viticulture respectful of life, second year of organic conversion.

 

Manual harvest, carbonic maceration, spontaneous alcoholic and malolactic fermentations. Ageing in vat for 6 months. Non filtered.

 

Indication Géographique Protégée  « Val de Loire »

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Sauvignon Blanc

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Single plot located in Touraine. Sand soils on clay-limestone base. Temperate climate with oceanic influence.

 

About ten year old vines. Viticulture respectful of life, first year of organic conversion.

 

Manual harvest, slow pressing, spontaneous alcoholic and malolactic fermentations. Ageing in stainless still vats for 7 months.

 

Indication Géographique Protégée  « Val de Loire »

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Gamay St Romain

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Single plot located in Côtes du Forez. Soils of granite sands on a base of volcanic rocks. Continental climate.

 

About ten year old vines. Viticulture respectful of life, third year of organic conversion.

 

Manual harvest, manual sorting, 80% destemmed, short maceration, spontaneous alcoholic and malolactic fermentations. Ageing 80% in stainless steel tanks and 20% in barrels for 8 months.

 

Vin de France

1006 Partners

Cecile Perraud & Vincent Barbier

Vincent Barbier & Cécile Perraud

​Domaine Les Trois Toits, Muscadet.

Neo-winegrowers, they are taking over with dynamism and commitment their beautiful terroirs.

Marie Dubillot

Marie Dubillot

Les Sarments d'Hippocrate, Anjou.

Both winegrower and doctor, Marie dedicates herself with passion to Chenin Blanc on her schist terroirs.

Daniel Macault

Daniel Macault

Domaine des 2 Moulins, Anjou.

Creative and forward-looking winegrower, he cultivates old vines of Grolleau Noir.

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Pascal & Mathieu Avril

​Domaine de Touraine, Chinon.

Father and son cultivate Cabernet Franc on the historic clay-limestone terroirs of Marçay.

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Jean-Max Manceau

Domaine de Noiré, Chinon.

Experienced winegrower, he brings life back to a family plot of Sauvignon Blanc in Touraine.

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Jean-Marc Rondel

Domaine du Poyet, Côtes du Forez.

Cooperative winegrower, he cares for Gamay St Romain at an altitude of 450 m on characteristic granite sands.