Discover the regions

Alsace


Ideally situated, the region of Alsace stretches almost 100 km along the Vosges mountains at an altitude of 200–400 m. It enjoys the p

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Armagnac and Cognac


Cognac and Armagnac are traditional brandies from two different geographical areas. They have established themselves over centuries, i

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Beaujolais and Lyonnais


Located to the south of Burgundy, Beaujolais' 2,575 vineyards enjoy a temperate semi-continental climate and favourable soils. In addi

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Bordeaux


Bordeaux is the largest appellation contrôlée wine region in France. Its temperate ocean climate and favourable soils enable it to pro

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Burgundy


Blessed with a rich heritage, Burgundy produces 200 million bottles a year of a great variety of beautifully distinctive wines. There

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Champagne


A little bit of history: it all started in 1927. At that time, only traditional grape varieties from the Champagne region were authori

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Corsica


Eminent wines from particular vineyards, aromas that promise refined flavours, a robust climate that gives originality and subtlety –

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Jura


Top of the list: the Straw Wine, made from grapes that have been plucked at full ripeness and dried in a special manner to produce a s

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Poitou-Charentes


The Poitou-Charentes region is bordered to the west by Charentes' Atlantic coast, and to the north and south by 2 prestigious winegrow

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Provence


The hilly region of Provence covers almost 200 km, cradled in a Mediterranean climate drenched in sunlight and freshened by the lively

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Savoie and Bugey


Savoie goes to a great deal of trouble with its vineyards, what with a very wet climate, around 1,000 days of frost a year, and stony

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South-West


From the banks of the Garonne to the Lot Valley and Toulouse, the South-West is simultaneously rocked by the mild humidity of the Atla

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Loire Valley


With a wide diversity of soil types and a climate that ranges from oceanic to continental to slightly mountainous, the Loire Valley is

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Rhone Valley


In the former we find strong wines in beautiful colours with warm, spicy notes, produced by vineyards that stretch 4,700 ha along the

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Languedoc-Roussillon


Planted by the Greeks and cultivated by the Romans, there are vineyards across the whole Languedoc-Rousillon region. The most interest

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Île de France


There were roughly 130 vineyards in 2000, and roughly 200 in 2011, of which 150 had more than 100 vines. Spread across 12 ha.

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