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Domaine de la Petite Roche SCEV Regnard de la Ville Fromoit

La Petite Roche, 49310 Tremont
France
Telephone +33 2 41594303
Fax +33 2 41596943
contact@domainepetiteroche.com

This company is co-exhibitor of
Food'Loire Chambre Régionale d'Agriculture des Pays de la Loire

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ProWein 2020 hall map (Hall 11): stand D133

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ProWein 2020 fairground map: Hall 11

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  wines from Europe
  • 01.01.05  wines from France
  • 01.01.05.16  wines from Val de Loire/Centre

Our products

Product category: wines from Val de Loire/Centre

ANJOU BLANC

Terroir
Where does the wine come from
The terroir is the result of all the factors in the vineyard's ecosystem: the soil, the subsoil, the climate, the topography and the wine grower. The Loire vineyards have developed with the diversity that is specific to its varied mixture of soils and the relief and different aspects of the land. Differences in terroirs are expressed very clearly in the great variety of wines, even when they are produced from the same grape variety. The Anjou region benefits from a mild, damp climate with a maritime influence. The Anjou is composed of primary schists, offering a diverse range of wines.

Tasting notes

Pale lemon green colour
First nose of white flowers (acacia and elderflowers)
Grapefruit flavours and a hint on cinnamon
A supple attack with flavours of peaches and lychees
Lasting finish with the tangy freshness of citrus

Winemaking

Grapes are harvested early in the morning to ensure their freshness. Fermenation at low temperatures (14°-16°C) in stainless steel tanks.  Ageing on lees for 3 to 4 months.

Food pairing

With friends, as an aperitif, or to be served with fish and seafood (scallops).

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Product category: wines from Val de Loire/Centre

Anjou Rouge

Terroir
Where does the wine come from
The terroir is the result of all of the factors in the vineyard's ecosystem: the soil, the subsoil, the climate, the topography and the wine grower.The Loire vineyards have developed with the diversity that is specific to its varied mixture of soils and the relief and different aspects of the land. Differences in terroirs are expressed very clearly in the great variety of wines, even when they are produced from the same grape variety.The Anjou region benefits from a mild, damp climate with a maritime influence. The Anjou is composed of primary schists, offering a highly diverse range of wines. The grapes for this   100 % Cabenet franc red is cultivated on sandy loam soil.

Tasting notes

Deep ruby robe. Black fruits and spices on the nose. A generous, structured and fruity mouth. Flavours of black berries and dried fruits with soft, sliky tannins. 

Winemaking

Warm soak pre-fermentation for 8 hours, followed by a traditional maceration during 12 days. Maturation in stainless steel tanks for 5 to 6 months.

Food pairing
Red meat, soft cheeses such as camembert, pizza and most stews.

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Product category: wines from Val de Loire/Centre

CABERNET D'ANJOU

Terroir
Where does the wine come from
The terroir is the result of all of the factors in the vineyard's ecosystem: the soil, the subsoil, the climate, the topography and the wine grower.The Loire vineyards have developed with the diversity that is specific to its varied mixture of soils and the relief and different aspects of the land. Differences in terroirs are expressed very clearly in the great variety of wines, even when they are produced from the same grape variety.The Anjou region benefits from a mild, damp climate with a maritime influence. The Anjou is composed of primary schists, offering a highly diverse range of wines, The Cabernet franc (80 %) and Cabernet Sauvignon (20 %) grapes used in this blend are planted on clay and schist soils, Cabernet franc has been cultivated in the Loire valley since the 11th century, The Cabernet Sauvignon adds structure, couleur and tannins.

Tasting notes

Fresh pastel pink robe. Pronounced and fully developed nose of red fruits (raspberries), citrus and candy.
Balanced and fruity. Flavours of blood orange zest. A fresh finish with intense menthol and blackcurrant flavours.

Winemaking

Not to give away all our secrets... Our grapes are harvested early in the morning in order to preserve it freshness, Skin contact for several hours allows the extraction of couleur and flavours, Fermentation at low temperatures in stainless steel tanks.

Food pairing

Aperitif, Oriental dishes, BBQ, Risotto

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Product category: wines from Val de Loire/Centre

COTEAUX DU LAYON

Terroir
Where does the wine come from
The terroir is the result of all of the factors in the vineyard's ecosystem: the soil, the subsoil, the climate, the topography and the wine grower.The Loire vineyards have developed with the diversity that is specific to its varied mixture of soils and the relief and different aspects of the land. Differences in terroirs are expressed very clearly in the great variety of wines, even when they are produced from the same grape variety.The Anjou region benefits from a mild, damp climate with a maritime influence. The Anjou is composed of primary schists, offering a highly diverse range of wines,

Tasting notes
With it's bright golden colour, this noble late harvest (botrytis) awaken your senses with peach and apricot flavours before hinting to exotic fruits. Supple and round, the natural acidity of Chenin blanc assures a perfectly balanced finish for this sweet wine.

Winemaking

The grapes are hand picked and selected very late in the season. We have very low yield for our botrytis wines. The biggest part of the blend is fermented in stainless steel tanks and then blended with a small percentage of barrel fermented Chenin.

Food pairing

Quail stuffed with grapes, blue cheese and fresh pear slices on toast or apple crumble,

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Product category: wines from Val de Loire/Centre

Rosé d'Anjou

Terroir
Where does the wine come from
The terroir is the result of all of the factors in the vineyard's ecosystem: the soil, the subsoil, the climate, the topography and the wine grower.The Loire vineyards have developed with the diversity that is specific to its varied mixture of soils and the relief and different aspects of the land. Differences in terroirs are expressed very clearly in the great variety of wines, even when they are produced from the same grape variety.The Anjou region benefits from a mild, damp climate with a maritime influence. Clay silica and sandy loam soil. This demi-sec rosé is a blend between the Grolleau (80%) and Gamay(20%) grape varieties.

Tasting notes
Pale rose petal pink. 
Delicate notes of wild strawberries, black cherries and notes of cinnamon. Balanced and sophisticated.
A fresh finish with a lingering citrus impression.

Winemaking

Similar to our Cabernet Rosé, we harvest the grapes early in the morning in order to preserve its freshness, Skin contact for several hours allows the extrcation of colour and flavours, Fermentation at low temperatures in stainless steel tanks (14°-16°C)

Food pairing

Aperitif, sushi and oriental dishes. Deserts and red fruit puddings.

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Product category: wines from Val de Loire/Centre

Rosé de Loire

Terroir
Where does the wine come from
The terroir is the result of all of the factors in the vineyard's ecosystem: the soil, the subsoil, the climate, the topography and the wine grower.The Loire vineyards have developed with the diversity that is specific to its varied mixture of soils and the relief and different aspects of the land. Differences in terroirs are expressed very clearly in the great variety of wines, even when they are produced from the same grape variety.The Anjou region benefits from a mild, damp climate with a maritime influence. Clay silica and sandy loam soil.
This demi-sec rosé is a blend between the Grolleau (80%) and Gamay(20%) grape varieties.

Tasting notes

Pale rose petal pink. 
Intense notes of red fruits and peach. Balanced and sophisticated.
A fresh finish with a lingering citrus impression.

Winemaking

We harvest the grapes early in the morning in order to preserve its freshness. Skin contact for several hours allows the extrcation of colour and flavours. Fermentation at low temperatures in stainless steel tanks (14°-16°C)

Food pairing

Aperitif, exotic dishes and BBQ
 
Awards
Liger d'Or 2018 - Salon des Vins du Val de Loire

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About us

Company details

In the heart of the Valley of Kings, among their castles and forests, the vineyards of Anjou are enhanced by it's famous mild climate and rich terroir. Rooted in soils of clay, schist, sand and chalk, nurtured by the rolling Loire, the Chenin and Cabernet Franc vines develop with character and finesse to produce a vibrant diversity of wines for every occasion.

The Regnard family has been growing vines in this very favorable environment since the French Revolution.

LE DOMAINE DE LA PETITE ROCHE
The harmony of the land and its people
Its rich and ageless tradition
The beauty of its heritage
The promise of a future driven by a dynamic and ambitious team
A poetic backdrop to the pleasure of sharing the enticing wines...

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