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Autumn food and wine pairings

It's autumn! The season that suits gourmet dishes. Sauvignon blanc and the minerality of the soils from the Loire Valley that is found in the wines of Touraine-Oisly, bring freshness and finesse to dishes, allowing a beautiful balance and perfect meals.   👩‍🍳Our Fall menu suggestion: Starter: A fig salad with warm goat cheese toast,

2021-11-08T12:58:55+01:008 November 2021|

The harvest in Touraine Oisly with Laure Dubreuil

  In this challenging year, we interviewed winemakers from the appellation. In this interview, Laure Dubreuil, from Vignoble Dubreuil, gives you an overview of her work and her point of view on the 2021 vintage as the harvest approaches.   Interview with Laure Dubreuil from Domaine Dubreuil Tell us about yourself? I am Laure Dubreuil,

2021-09-29T11:21:39+02:0029 September 2021|

The harvest in Touraine Oisly with Lionel Gosseaume

In this challenging year, we interviewed winemakers from the appellation. In this interview, Lionel Gosseaume, from Domaine de Pierre, talks about his work in times of hail and uncertain weather.   Interview with Lionel Gosseaume from Domaine de Pierre Can you introduce yourself in a few words? I am Lionel Gosseaume, I resisted for a

2021-09-29T11:28:36+02:0029 September 2021|

Qualitative validation, essential for Touraine-Oisly

  Prior to the bottling and sales of Touraine-Oisly wines, winegrowers must submit their wine to an organoleptic control system called "Qualitative Validation". This control system is specific to the Touraine-Oisly appellation and its neighboring cru created the same year in 2011, Touraine-Chenonceaux. The objective of the qualitative validation sessions is to ensure the quality

2021-09-16T10:15:48+02:0015 August 2021|

The wines of Touraine-Oisly are making headlines!

Lately, our Touraine-Oisly wines have been in the spotlight in the press, on social media and at contests. What not to be missed from the latest highlights for Touraine-Oisly. Touraine-Oisly wines have recently been distinguished twice for their grand quality at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles and the Concours des Vins du Val de Loire.

2021-09-16T10:16:06+02:0019 July 2021|

Key economic figures for the Touraine-Oisly AOP Appellation

Touraine-Oisly AOP, a micro-appellation of the Sologne wine-growing region composed of ten producers, presents encouraging figures for 2020. Some facts to learn more about the Touraine-Oisly AOP appellation:   Production: a generous 2020 harvest Over the last 10 years, the 2020 harvest was the 2nd largest harvest with just over 1800 hl harvested. In 2020,

2021-09-16T10:16:26+02:0017 June 2021|

4 spring recipe ideas to enjoy with Touraine-Oisly wines

Those warm sunny days are back with birds singing and spring fruits and vegetables arriving in our kitchens! Discover our 4 tasty recipes to liven up your spring tables! Asparagus mimosa: an unmissable classic! It's easy: a few asparagus, hard-boiled eggs and a nice vinaigrette! For the recipe, discover the recipe from Papilles et Pupilles:

2021-09-16T10:16:54+02:0026 April 2021|

The 10 secrets of Touraine-Oisly wines

Do you not yet know all the secrets of Touraine-Oisly wines? Here are the must-know essentials for all curious fine wine lovers! An exceptional terroir recognized 10 years ago As early as 1905, it was reported that Sauvignon blanc was present in the Oisly vineyard. In the 1970s, wines from Oisly stand out in many competitions

2021-09-16T10:17:33+02:0023 March 2021|

3 Touraine wines highlighted by Tamlyn Currin (Jancis Robinson)

Jancis Robinson (, published a special dossier focused on Loire Valley wines in January 2021. Among the wines selected, 3 Touraine-Oisly wines were especially noticed: "B de Oisly" from Domaine Delobel, 2019 vintage "Climat No1" from Lionel Gosseaume, 2018 vintage "Coulée Galante" from Domaine de Marcé, 2019 vintage Read the full article at

2021-09-16T10:17:40+02:003 March 2021|
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