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A lot of different regions to deliver you the right sensations :


Rhone valley, primarily a red wine region in southeastern France, is situated along the the Rhône river. . It is the oldest wine region in France. The styles and varietal composition of northern and southern Rhône differ, but both parts compete with Bordeaux for the image of a traditional producer of powerful red wines. Current new French trendy region, because of its sunny wines… Chateauneuf du Pape and Chateauneuf de Gadagne are central appellations.


Bordeaux, a large region on the Atlantic coast, which has a long history of exporting its wines overseas, starting in Great Britain in the years 1200. Primarily a red wine region, its wine style  is perhaps the world's most imitated one. The better Bordeaux wines are powerful, tannic and very long-lived, and include some of the most collected and traded fine wines in the world. Bordeaux also makes dry and sweet white wines and is the home to some of the world's most famous sweet wines, from the Sauternes appellation.


Burgundy or Bourgogne in eastern France is a region where red and white wines are equally important. Probably more terroir-conscious than any other region, Burgundy is divided into the largest number of appellations in France. Better Burgundies, both red and white, are often described as elegant wines, and the top wines from Burgundy's heartland in Côte d'Or command some of the highest prices in the world .


Champagne is produced exclusively within the Champagne region of France, from which it takes its name. However the term "champagne" is also used by some makers of sparkling wine in other parts of the world


Alsace, a primarily white wine region in eastern France. Alsace is situated the river Rhein and on the border with Germany, a country with which it shares many grape varieties as well as a long tradition of varietal labelling. They have developped those last years their wine expertise and are ready to face the comparison with Champagne on the quality level.


Languedoc-Roussillon, by far the largest region in terms of vineyard surface, and the region in which much of France's cheap bulk wines have been produced. While still the source of much of France's and Europe's overproduction, the so-called wine lake, Languedoc-Roussillon is also the home of some of France's most innovative producers. They usually try to combine traditional French wine and international styles and they don't hesitate to take lessons from the New World. Much Languedoc-Roussillon wine is sold as Vin de Pays d'Oc.


Loire valley, primarily a white wine region which stretches over a large distance along the Loire river in central and western France, and where grape varieties and wine styles vary along the river. There are also other regions like provence, sud ouest, and several smaller production areas situated outside these major regions.

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