Located in the Loire Valley wine region Anjou, Domaine Clau de Nell has vineyards on gently sloping hills surrounded by open countryside. The highest point of Clau de Nell offers a glimpse of the Loire in the distance, uninterrupted view of the sky and the river in the horizon. The estate’s vineyard spreads over 8 hectares, of which five are planted to Cabernet Franc, two hectares of Grolleau and one hectare of Cabernet Sauvignon. The vines range in age from 30 to 90 years old, planted on sandstone grit and red flint over tuffeau (soft limestone). Cultivated one hundred percent biodynamically, Clau de Nell produces reds of remarkable purity that are both velvety, light with firm tannins.