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Gaillac wine - rosé

Gaillac Wine – Appellation and Vineyards

Gaillac Wine, produced in the Tarn area in southwest France, granted an AOC in 1938 and considered one of the best kept secrets in the wine-growing industry

Ancient wine amphorae to transport Bordeaux wines

Bordeaux Vineyard and Wines Facts

Bordeaux Vineyard, planted by the Romans 2000 years ago and includes 6 wine-making areas that turn it into one the world largest wine producing regions

Saint-Emilion wines - Former abbey cloister

Saint-Emilion wines – Bordelais Aquitaine

The AOC Saint Emilion wines are produced in the nine communes and satellites vineyards listed as World Heritage Site and located around St-Emilion village

Pessac Leognan white

Pessac Leognan wines – Bordeaux vineyard

The prestigious Pessac Leognan vineyard near Bordeaux produces outstanding wines with a splendid aging potential that rank them amongst the great wines

Sainte-Croix-du-Mont Castle in Premieres Cotes de Bordeaux area

Premieres Cotes de Bordeaux wines – Vineyard

Premieres Cotes de Bordeaux, an elongated vineyard located on the right bank of the Gironde Estuary producing wines renown for their character and finesse

Chateau Guiraud - Sauternes

Sauternes wines – Barsac – Bordeaux Vineyard

The Sauternes wines owe their particular flavour to the fungus Botyris Cinerea or Noble Rot and are considered the greatest sweet white wines in the world

Chateau Margaux in Medoc

Medoc Wines – Bordeaux Vineyard – Aquitaine

The narrow Medoc vineyard stretches near Bordeaux between the Garonne and the Atlantic Ocean and only produces red wines that are divided in eight AOC

Graves Vineyard

Graves Vineyard – Bordeaux wines – Aquitaine

The Graves Vineyard, the 1st vineyard planted by the Romans 2000 years ago in the south of Bordeaux, an area considered the cradle of the Bordeaux Vineyard

Entre-Deux-Mers wines

Entre-Deux-Mers wines – Bordeaux Vineyard

Entre-Deux-Mers, a wine-making region part of the Bordeaux Vineyard and a triangle-shaped land of rolling hills separating the Dordogne and Garonne Rivers

Cotes de Castillon

Cotes de Castillon – Cotes de Francs wines

Cotes de Castillon and Cotes de Francs, two young and promising vineyards located east of St-Emilion which were granted an AOC and produce rich red wines

Blaye-Bourg wines - Map AOC Cotes de Bourg - Cotes de Blaye

Blaye-Bourg wines – Bordeaux Vineyard

The Blaye-Bourg wines include 7 AOC among which the Côtes de Bourg and Côtes de Blaye, two excellent everyday wines considered Bordeaux Grands Ordinaires

Tertre de Fronsac

Fronsac – Canon Fronsac wines – Bordeaux

Fronsac and Canon-Fronsac vineyards, 2 renowned AOC of the Libournais region, a subdivision of the Bordeaux appellation, which produce full bodied red wines

Lalande de Pomerol

Lalande de Pomerol wines – Bordeaux vineyard

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

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

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

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

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