The Baumard property near Rochefort sur Loire in Anjou has been in the family since 1634, but it was Florent’s father, Jean, who established its wine reputation in the mid-1950s. For 60 years their wines from the surrounding appellations of Savennières, Coteaux du Layon and Quarts de Chaume have been widely acknowledged as some of the greatest wines, not only of the Loire, but of the world.

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Baumard ‘La Caleche’ 2019

Low yields, hand harvesting and farmed according to organic principles. 9 months in vats on fine lees. Aromas of pears, lemons, peaches and honey with floral and mineral hints. Great tension on the palate, which is pure with persistence and incredible precision. An easy wine to drink with well-balanced acidity and great structure.

Baumard Crémant de Loire Rosé

80% Cabernet Franc, 20% Chenin Blanc "Very pale, bright pink with a steady bead. Shy aromas of strawberry, blood orange, rose and spices, plus a hint of honeysuckle. Very fresh and expansive on the palate, offering pure red fruit and sweet citrus flavors and subtle minerality. The precise, spicy finish leaves dusty mineral and strawberry notes behind."' - Steve Tanzer