129 Wines from Alsace to be discovered
With around fifteen thousand hectares of vineyards and located in the North East of France, Alsace is a typical region not only primarily known for its Pinot Gris or Pinot Blanc, but also for its Pinot Noir and its crémants.
119 Wines from Beaujolais to be discovered
Located in the North-East of the Massif Central, between Mâcon and Lyon, the Beaujolais wine growing region covers 21,000 hectares of grapevines and is one of the oldest wine growing regions in France.
426 Wines from Bordeaux to be discovered
Well-known worldwide, the Bordeaux wine growing region represents one of the largest wine growing areas in France with 121,000 hectares located either side of the Garonne.
115 Wines from Burgundy to be discovered
Without a shadow of doubt, located in in the Central Eastern part of France, between Auxerre and Mâcon, and covering 27,000 hectares of vines, Burgundy is one of the most famous wine growing regions in France.
417 Wines from Champagne to be discovered
Covering a region with 34,000 hectares of vines, the Champagne wine growing region is spread over 3 French Departments: Marne, Aisne and Aube. It produces one of the most famous wines in the world: Champagne!
2 Wines from Corsica to be discovered
With its 7,000 hectares of vineyards, Corsica is one of the 17 wine growing regions in France.
19 Wines from Jura to be discovered
Located in the East of France, the Jura wine growing region covers 2,000 hectares of vineyards. It is one of the smallest wine growing regions in France.
With its 200,000 hectares of vines, the Languedoc wine growing region covers an enormous area. It is the largest wine growing region in France and produces approximately one third of the country's wine.
217 Wines from Loire to be discovered
With its 70,000 hectares of vineyards, the Loire wine growing region is located in the West of France. It is one of the largest wine growing regions in France.
199 Wines from Provence to be discovered
Located in the South-East of France, the wine growing region of Provence covers a vast area of 27,000 hectares of vineyards. Provence is the world's leading producer of rosé wine and is also famous for its red wine.
In terms of surface area, the Rhône Valley which extends over 75,600 hectares of vines, is the second largest wine growing region after Bordeaux. It has 2 parts: northern Rhône Valley, (from Vienne to Valence) and southern Rhône Valley (from Montélimar to Avignon).
Nestled between the Jura wine growing region and the Alps, Savoie and Bugey form a small wine growing region of 3,000 hectares, which enjoys a continental and mountain climate with oceanic and southern influences.
With 33,000 hectares of vines and around thirty appellations, the South West France wine growing region covers a vast area and produces an extremely wide variety of wines.