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How to learn about oenology on the wine routes?

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Am Tuesday 02 March 2021 um 17:38

œnologie sur les routes des vins

To learn about oenology on the wine routes in Saint-Émilion, Saumur, Sancerre and elsewhere, it is above all to get to know wine growers, winegrowers, peasants, enthusiasts of the region… There is also many castles to visit, those of the Loire for example. Here are some avenues to explore.

What is the best way to learn about oenology?

To understand oenology, or any other activity related to the food industry, there is nothing better than meeting a person who is expert in the subject. Stop by winegrowers, discover new tastes and talk to professionals about their wines, the grapes harvested and their know-how. If you can’t make it to the region, you can also approach oenology with an enthusiast person anywhere in France. In any case, take a tour of the shares offered by Nohô hosts and book your outing.

What to do on the wine route in Bordeaux, Saint-Émilion and elsewhere?

Discovering oenology by taking the wine route to Bordeaux or to Saint-Émilion is a great adventure. These must-see routes allow you to better understand the richness of the Bordeaux vineyards, the medieval village of Saint-Émilion attracting more than a million people every year. Obviously several routes are possible. Among them, the one that offers the discovery of several Grands Crus Classés: Saint-Émilion, Pomerol, Fronsac, Margaux, Pauillac… On this route, several Nohô hosts invite you to great encounters. Let yourself be surprised by reserving a share on the Nohô application: you will find many Food and Drink options.

Which route to discover the wines of Anjou and Saumur?

Anjou, Saumur, Sancerre, Touraine or Muscadet, there are many producers in the Loire Valley. In Anjou, there are also several newcomers. If you are tempted by a visit, start by making a stopover at the Manoir de Gâtines in Tigné. This is the opportunity to sail on the Loire, to take a walk and to have memorable tastings. Take advantage of the assets of this third wine-growing region in France and also of its tables offering gourmet cuisine.

Which Loire châteaux to visit?

During an initiation into wine in the region, there are often many châteaux to visit. This is the case, for example, with the châteaux of the Loire: Chambord, Chenonceau, Cheverny or Amboise for example. A car tour is preferable otherwise you can also opt for the train. Several activities for children are possible on site.

Where to talk about oenology and meet enthusiasts?

The Nohô application offers you many ideas for outings around Wine, Cooking, catering … If you are passionate about wine and have a few notions, you may want to create a sharing on Nohô. Do not hesitate. This will allow you to meet people who are interested in wine-making and to talk about your passion.

To remember

  • The Bordeaux wine route in Saint-Émilion or the Anjou, Saumur, Sancerre, Touraine and Muscadet wines route offer the best initiation into oenology. It is also an opportunity to taste the gourmet cuisine. The wine routes also allow the visit of many châteaux such as the châteaux of the Loire: Chambord, Chenonceau, Cheverny …
  • To learn about oenology, it is highly recommended that you meet a local or an enthusiast person, winemaker or not.
  • Enthusiast people who want to introduce you to oenology can be found on the Nohô application. Book a sharing with a host directly on the Nohô site or application.
Nohô

von Nohô

Am Tuesday 02 March 2021 um 17:38

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