Belagrus Anjou noir Chenin Blanc 2020

Domaine Belargus

Belagrus Anjou noir Chenin Blanc 2020

Representing the Western part of Anjou, Anjou Noir («Black Anjou») is named after its subsoil. In contrast to Anjou Blanc («White Anjou») laying on limestone in the Saumur area, Anjou Noir lays on schists soils from the Armorican Massif.

The "Anjou Noir" cuvée, resulting from a blend of four plots, representative of the overall Belargus estate, is a pure transcription of Chenin growing on schists rocks.


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Art.Nr.: 434441#1.000


Domaine Belargus 
Domaine Belargus was created in 2018 after Ivan Massonnat took over the Pithon-Paillé estate founded by Jo Pithon. Jo Pithon is a renowned winemaker who has for many years promoted the fame of the great white wines of Anjou, a wine region whose first vines date back to the eleventh century.

The passionate Ivan Massonnat refines these terroirs of the Loire with cuvées made on the basis of a rigorous selection of plots. Grands Crus, lieux-dits or monopoles, each micro-terroir contributes with its identity and specificities to the signature of these wines, which highlight a unique grape variety, Chenin Blanc.

The 24 hectares of vineyards, which are farmed exclusively biodynamically, owe their uniqueness to the soils, which, depending on the parcel, consist of purple slate, magma rock, rolled pebbles or even fine clay. This geological diversity not only favours the rooting of the vines, but also gives the wines an aromatic complexity as well as a minerality of rare finesse.

Grape varieties: Chenin Blanc
Origin: France / Loire
Alcohol content: 13,0 Vol.%


Contact: Domaine Belargus - Anjou & Savennièresrue Saint Vincent 19, 49750 Saint Lambert du Lattay, France.

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