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At 600-plus miles, the Loire is France's longest river, running from its source in the Auvergne ("deepest" France, southeast of Clermont-Ferrand), through château country, and on to the Atlantic. In French cultural life, the Loire is considered by many to be the heart of France, evoking its history, even giving birth to the purest form of its language. Wine is grown along a whopping 250 miles of its banks. Understandably, given the enormous surface area involved, the region hosts a plethora of appellations; but with relatively few grape varieties and not many more styles of wine, getting a grip on the Loire   More