The Paulée d'Anjou will take place on June 19, 2023 to celebrate the terroirs of the historic province of Anjou.
For this 11th edition, the collective of winemakers is meeting at a historical location in the capital of Anjou Noir, the Jean Lurçat Museum. The Paulée d'Anjou collective works with a common goal promoting the terroirs, history, and wines of Anjou by showcasing its landscapes, great wines, heritage, and the spirit of winemakers practicing artisanal, organic viticulture.
The Paulée d'Anjou 2023 warmly invites all wine lovers to better understand the history, geology, and cultural practices of this historic wine region. This day promises to be rich in tastings of organic wines (biodynamic, or in conversion) from almost 100 domains, as well as discoveries of the region through a geo sensory excursion to Savennières.
The Paulée will open at 10 am with a Round table discussion on the theme of the great wines of Anjou with the participation of Jean Michel Deiss, Jacky Rigaux, Ronan Laborde, and the American journalist Jon Bonné. The tasting will take place between 10 am and 6 pm at the Jean Lurçat Museum. The day will end with the traditional gala dinner, which will be
held at the Grenier Saint Jean, under the sign of conviviality and sharing.
During the day, from 10am - Angers
o 11am: Round table discussion Grenier Saint Jean
o 10am-6pm: free tasting Musée Jean Lurçat
o 2pm: geosensory excursion at Savennières
In the evening, starting at 7:30pm - Grenier Saint Jean
o Gala dinner prepared by 3 chefs from Angers: Pascal Favre d'Anne, David Guitton, and Mickaël Pihours
o Highlighting of local and organic products
o Tasting of old vintages at the vintners' table
Here is the link to register at the event as a "Visitor" : click here to register.