Angers, France, is a city in the Loire Valley wine region located in Western France. It sits at the edge of the Loire Valley along the Maine River and boasts medieval architecture and other historic and ornate structures.
Whether you’re searching for a full-day, half-day, or hour-long Loire Valley wine tour, Angers is an ideal stop on your Loire Valley or Anjou wine route. Winalist has prepared and hand-picked a collection of the best Angers, France wine tours available to make your decisions about what to do in the Loire Valley - and beyond - both easy and enjoyable.
Angers is located in western France, a little under 200 miles from the bustling French capital city of Paris. On the south end of this city, Angers contains the Anjou wine region, which produces many rosé wine varieties (but also other types of wine as well).
Angers wine highlights:
- Various wine cellars, chateaux, and castles to explore.
- An ideal stop in the Loire Valley wine region.
- Plenty of medieval and ornate architecture to explore.
What to do in Angers, France & Angers Attractions
Loire Valley wine tours from Angers are destined to make for an unforgettable experience during your visit to western France. Thousands of hectares of vines and kilometers of wine cellars cover the Loire Valley and the Anjou wine region. Visiting Angers, France and the Loire Valley region is an opportunity to explore these authentic wineries, walk through lush vineyards, admire historic châteaux, and absorb multitudes of history.
Angers is a modern city on the move, but also a city chocked full of history waiting for you to explore. To ensure your journey gets off to a good start, we suggest you include the Château d'Angers in your visit to Angers.
In Angers, be sure to stop at any of of Winalist’s listed beautiful vineyards on your way to visiting the famous Châteaux de la Loire. At this châteaux, you can taste and purchase different wines (muscadet, cabernet, crémant, etc.) as well as learn about their unique production methods and the grape varieties used to produce them.
In the Anjou wine region, you will find a variety of wine types - all of which are bound to satisfy the visiting wine lover. Full-bodied red wine with fruity aromas, dry white wine with delicate aromas, sweet white wine with fruit aromas and even rosé with subtle red fruit aromas. On the Anjou-Saumur wine route, you can also stop places such as the Domaine de Noiré winery, where winegrowers and owners will be delighted to share their winemaking history and know-how with you.
Then, head to the Roman Catholic Saint-Maurice Cathedral in Angers which was built in the 12th and 13th centuries. Also make sure not to miss the Terra Botanica Park which is an amusement park on the theme of plants: a perfect combo to please young and old. After a good lunch and a walk in the city center, visit the Museum of Fine Arts of Angers which will tell show you all about the city’s depth and history.
Many other surprises are also hidden in Anjou, but we prefer not to reveal everything so that you can really enjoy them when the day comes. Book now your next wine tourism getaway near Angers on Winalist.
Find a visit followed by a tasting from Angers in just a few clicks with Winalist. There are visit and tasting activities at all prices and for all tastes in the Loire Valley. Also consult the opinions of wine tourists who trust us every day to help you choose your activities.
Setting off to discover the Angers vineyard for a few hours or several days is easy when you know where to go. Winalist offers a list of wine tourism activities that you shouldn’t miss in Angers (and the entire Loire Valley) once you arrive on site. Between visits to cellars, vineyards, parties and tastings, Angers is a city that welcomes wine lovers.