Saumur

Saumur (sōmür') , town (1990 pop. 30,150), Maine-et-Loire dept., W France, on the Loire River. Saumur is noted for its religious-medal industry (dating from the 17th cent.) and for its sparkling white wines. Aluminum products, clothing, and liquors are also produced. Tourism has becom...
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Saumur

Saumur are varieties of good quality French wine, both still and sparkling.
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Saumur

The appellation for red, rosé and white wines is after the city of the same name at the bottom Loire in the west of France named in the département of Maine-et-Loire. It lies between the appellations Anjou (with very similar wines) and Touraine, Saumur is the sparkling wine production center on the Loire and after the Champagne the largest sparkl...
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Saumur

town, Maine-et-Loire département, Pays de la Loire région, western France, on the Loire River. It is known for its cavalry school and for its wines.
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