Wine Regions of France – The Other Wine Regions in France

Those Blank Spots on the Map The blank spots on the map of France, circled and numbered above, require some

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Wine Regions of France – Châteauneuf-du-Pape

The most prestigious individual appellation is Châteauneuf-du-Pape which, as we have already discussed, allows a blend of up to ten

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Wine Regions of France – Burgundy

Burgundy and Bordeaux are often spoken of in conjunction because of their equivalent renown, and the fact that they both

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Wine Regions of Europe – France

France produces more fine wine than any other country. France also produces a great deal of mediocre wine, but that

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Wine Regions of France – The Rhone Region

They say that Burgundy and Beaujolais lie between the mustard and the onions. What this means is that the regions

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Wine Regions of France – Beaujolais

Beaujolais is administratively part of Burgundy, but its primarily red wine is made from a different type of grape:  Gamay

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Wine Regions of France – Champagne

Champagne is the northernmost wine region of France. To produce the sparkling wine called Champagne, the maker must first create

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Wine Regions of France – Alsace

The vineyards of Alsace, are situated on a narrow strip of land between the Vosges mountains and the Rhine River

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Wine Regions of France – The Loire Valley

The Loire is the longest river in France. It originates in the Massif Central in the Cévennes range, flows south

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Wine Regions of France – Jura

The Jura region is quite small, a narrow strip of land sandwiched between Burgundy and Switzerland. Five grapes predominate. Three

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