French Wine Regions

Auvergne Natural Wine Region -
Oct 14, 2023
Located in the Massif Central mountain range, the Auvergne wine region lies in central France. The area produces a wide variety of wines over a sizable area of over 3,000 hectares. 
Alsace Natural Wine, Primal Wine -
Oct 14, 2023
Introduction Alsace, situated in northeastern France, stands as an emblematic wine-producing region with a lineage...
Loire Valley, Sancerre, Vineyards, Blog, Natural Wine, Primal Wine -
May 31, 2022
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.
Beaujolais, French Wine Region, Natural Wine, Primal Wine -
May 31, 2022
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.
Languedoc-Roussillon, Natural Wine Region, Chinon Castle, Primal Wine -
Apr 12, 2022
One of the more overlooked wine growing regions of France, Languedoc-Roussillon — a massive historical territory that spans from the coastal border with Spain to the coastline of Provence in southeastern France — now offers some of the highest-quality red and white wines.