Coteaux Du Layon, Anjou Saumur

Domaine de Montgilet (Victor et Vincent Lebreton)


My kind of grolleau, bright and playful, touch of earth and herbs. Bought at the LaLou cellar sale to benefit their workers during covid-19. Went well with duck breast and roast turnips — 10 days ago

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Domaine des Petits Quarts (Godineau)

Coteaux du Layon Chenin Blanc

Vintage 2013 / there is a refection of gold coming in the colour. and also hints of honey in smell, though minerals dominate. lots of character in taste. this is the little nephew of the domaine’s Bonnezeaux that in good years is one of the best sweet wines in the world. made of Chenin Blanc. of course. it will blossom in the next decade. — 3 months ago

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Yves Guegniard

Domaine de la Bergerie Chaume Coteaux du Layon 1er Cru Chenin Blanc

Bold with honeyed apricot, but not heavy like sauternes. It is amazing with rich foods, such as foie gras — 4 months ago

Domaine de Sainte Anne

Coteaux de l'Aubance Chenin Blanc 2016

Vin bien fait, moelleux avec une pointe d’amertume qui équilibre le tout. — 3 months ago

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Château de la Roulerie

Coteaux du Layon Chenin Blanc 2017

Sauternes lite! Delicious with foie gras!! — 4 months ago

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Kelley, Tom and 7 others liked this

Moulin Touchais

Coteaux du Layon Chenin Blanc 1997

To pair with foie — a month ago

Ryan, Jae and 1 other liked this


Coteaux du Layon Chenin Blanc 2017

Oh my Lord! If only we had foie gras 😂😂 — 2 months ago


Les Fontaines Côteaux du Layon Chenin Blanc 2015

Lovely example of a CdL. More generous and unctuous than the 2014. — 3 months ago

Bob, Keith and 3 others liked this

Domaine de Bois Mozé

Château Rousset Coteaux de l'Aubance Chenin Blanc 2011

Vintage 2011 / Chenin Blanc Par Excellence. From a lesser known AOC in Anjou/Loire next to Coteaux du Layon. This is só gorgeous. Gold colour. Smells like honey, Turkish Fruit, apricot. Beautiful lively sweetness on the tongue. Perfect aperitive for Sunday lunch. Paired with Duck liver paté. — 5 months ago

Severn, Eric and 15 others liked this