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Pouilly-sur-Loire is an Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) for white wine in the Loire Valley region of France. It is specifically produced around Pouilly-sur-Loire in the Nièvre department and was awarded AOC status by a decree issued on July 31, 1937
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The appellation's area covers the communes of Garchy, Mesves-sur-Loire, Pouilly-sur-Loire, Saint-Andelain, Saint-Laurent-l'Abbaye, Saint-Martin-sur-Nohain and Tracy-sur-Loire in the Nièvre department.
It is a pale yellow in colour. The wine is light and lively.
- Colette Hanicotte: Vins et vignobles de France. Éditions Larousse, Paris 1997 - 2001.