The brothers Vincent and Victor Lebreton in Juigné-sur-Loire makes some incredibly good-value wines, both red, dry white and sweet white. My favorite red is Anjou Village Brissac 1998, with one year’s oak aging – very well structured, with ripe fruit and a touch of vanilla (9.15€ from the domaine), and the dry white Anjou Blanc 2001, 6 months in barrel with a full bodied taste with a touch of honey (but still dry) and apricots and a good fresh acidity (6.60€ from the domaine).
You can read more on their site www.montgilet.com and see pictures on my site: picture gallery. You can find their wines in well stocked Monoprix in Paris and Vin & Compagnie in Brussels (see under wine shops).
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