French Regions

The Wines Selection
Today, much of the quality wine production is largely based on the French model. Each region of France is considered an example for certain types of wine: Bordeaux, Bourgogne and Rhone Valley for red wines, Bourgogne, the Loire Valley and Alsace for white wines, Champagne sparkling wines.

The Gironda and Bordeaux
The Gironde is a region rich in colors and flavors: savor its art of living, explore the vineyards, initiate agreements gastronomy / wine at the school of Bordeaux wine … a divine invitation ! The famous classification of 1855, then completed and still in effect, catalogs all the great wines.

Bordeaux primeur    vignes BordeauxChateaux exceptional and legendary wines that bear witness to a long history of wine. From the younger wines to the famous and legendary bottles, are about sixty denominations that span all styles and all categories. In this extensive vineyard, the secret of their character resides in the assembly, the mixture of grape varieties that make up each of these wines.

French Wines Le Bar a Vins Bordeaux  French Wines Max Wine Gallery Bordeaux  French Wines Grand Bar Castan  Bordeaux
Saint-Estèphe and Pauillac with their powerful tannins, elegant Saint-Julien, Saint-Emilion, Pomerol and seductive elegant Fronsac, the soft Cotes de Bordeaux with their rich colors and … Overall, the reds match perfectly with red meat , small game and poultry roast while some Médocs match their dessert made ​​with chocolate. Intensity of Graves, Pessac-Léognan complex … The great dry white combine their aromatic richness with shellfish, white meats and fish nobles. The liqueur is particularly renowned wines are notable for foie gras and desserts. The fresh and vivid Entre-deux-Mers instead accompany paella and tapas.

French Wines Boutique de vente de vin  French Wines Store vinoteque  French Wines
The Côtes de Provence
Located between the Mediterranean and the Alps, Provence’s vineyards extend West to East over approximately 200 kms (120 miles), primarily in the French departments of the Var, Bouches-du-Rhône and, to a lesser extent, in the Alpes-Maritimes. There are three main appellations in the region (representing 96% of the volume of wines with Provence appellations).

Provence  Grape harvest  Provence lavender

The Côtes du Rhône

Cotes du Rhone  Cote du Rhone  Cote du Rhone

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