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French Wine Regions

Loire Valley โ€ข Land of Wine

Overview Possibly no French wine region is as complex and diverse as the Loire Valley. The roughly 185,000 acres of planted vines represent 87 designated appellations, a motley assortment of unique geographical areas, soil types, climates, winemaking styles, and grape varietals. Mainstays like Cabernet Franc, Melon de Bourgogne, Sauvignon Blanc, and Chenin Blanc thrive in different regions throughout the long,...

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French Wine Regions

Beaujolais โ€ข Land of Wine

Overview Beaujolais, a distinct wine growing region historically considered the southernmost section of Burgundy, is internationally renowned in its own right for the production of high-quality, vibrant red wines produced from the Gamay grape. Yet a more recent campaign by buyers, critics, sommeliers, and a new host of low-intervention winemakers to boost its popularity, the area has often been overlooked...

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French Wine Regions

Languedoc-Roussillon โ€ข Land of Wine

Overview One of the more overlooked wine growing regions of France, Languedoc-Roussillon โ€” a massive historical territory that spans from the coastal border with Spain to the coastline of Provence in southeastern France โ€” now offers some of the highest-quality red and white wines. An area once known for generic bulk wine production-- more than a third of French wine...

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