Lalande de Pomerol

Lalande de Pomerol wines – Bordeaux vineyard

September 30, 2016

Lalande de Pomerol vineyard near Bordeaux produces wines considered the jewels of wines which have no ranking and are among the world most expensive wines

Gamay grape - Beaujolais Vineyard

Beaujolais Vineyard – Wine Appellations

November 16, 2015

Beaujolais Vineyard is one of 16 great French vineyards, it spreads over 19,000 hectares along the river Saône and between the towns of Macons and Lyon

Glass of Beaujolais Nouveau

Beaujolais Nouveau – Basic facts

November 15, 2015

Beaujolais Nouveau, a primeur wine obtained from Gamay N grape variety and produced exclusively in the AOC Beaujolais and Beaujolais-Villages vineyards

French Vineyards

French Vineyards – Simple Facts and Lists

March 4, 2015

The 16 great French Vineyards produce 3245 labeled wines over an area of 900,000ha that turn France into the largest wine-making country in the world

Loire Valley Vineyard

Loire Valley Vineyard – Wine Appellations

February 16, 2015

Loire Valley Vineyard, the largest of the 13 French wine-making regions, includes the Anjou-Saumur, Auvergne, Centre-Loire, Pays Nantais, Touraine vineyards

Auvergne Vineyard - Côtes d'Auvergne Boudes

Auvergne Vineyard – Appellations – Loire

February 13, 2015

The Auvergne Vineyard is one of the five wine-making regions that constitute the Loire Valley Vineyard, and one of the oldest vineyards of France

Centre-Loire Vineyard - Sancerre white

Centre-Loire Vineyard – Wine Appellations

February 11, 2015

The Centre-Loire Vineyard is one of the five wine-making regions that constitute the Loire Valley Vineyard, one of the 13 great wine-making areas in France

Touraine Vineyard - Tasting Chinon Rouge

Touraine Vineyard – Appellations – Loire

February 9, 2015

The 5500ha Touraine Vineyard is one of the five wine-making regions that constitute the Loire Valley Vineyard, one of thirteen wine-making regions of France

Anjou-Saumur Vineyard - Coteaux du Layon

Anjou-Saumur Vineyard – Appellations – Loire

February 6, 2015

The 20,000ha Anjou-Saumur Vineyard is one of five wine-making areas that constitute the Loire Valley Wine Region, one of the sixteen French great vineyards

Pays Nantais Vineyard - Fiefs Vendeens

Pays Nantais Vineyard – Appellations – Loire

February 5, 2015

The Pays Nantais Vineyard is located to the south of Nantes and is one of the five wine-making regions that constitute the extensive Loire Valley Vineyard

Bergerac wines - white

Bergerac Wines – Appellations – Vineyards

November 2, 2014

Bergerac wines are classified into 13 white and red AOC produced in 90 villages spread around Bergerac in the department of Dordogne in Southwest France

Gaillac wine festival brotherhoods

Gaillac Wine Festival in Tarn department

August 21, 2014

Gaillac Wine Festival in Tarn, a giant 48-hour wine party held during the second weekend in August to promote the delicious Gaillac AOC wines

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