• Provence Wine - Buying Guide

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    Historically the region has inspired poets, writers and artists. This muse like quality has continued to this day, attracting an increasing number of celebrities keen to put their mark on the wine world. With or without celebrity involvement, the Provence wine region has a variety of exciting producers and the region is a fantastic place to discover through its wine, food and its stunning, serene scenery.

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  • Rhone Wine - Buying Guide

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    History and Production of Rhône Wine The Rhône Valley is home to some of the oldest vineyards in the world with evidence of wine production dating back to the 4th Century BC Greek occupation. Thereafter, the Romans took occupation and their wine making thrived from the 1st Century AD. Archaeological finds, such as earthenware jars and geographical sculpting, have shown that Rhône wines are among some of the oldest wines...

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  • South West Wine - Buying Guide

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    For deep cultural, gastronomic and vinous roots, there's no place like South West France. The Ancient Romans founded the first vineyards in the region's rolling hills freshened by the rivers flowing down the Pyrenees Mountains, bordering Spain, to join Bordeaux tributary rivers...

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  • Loire Wine - Buyers Guide

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    Loire Wine - Buyers Guide

    The Loire is France’s longest river — almost 400 km running from the Massif Central, situated in the centre of France, to the west towards the Atlantic. The Loire wine region mainly produces white wines.

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  • Languedoc-Roussillon Wine - Buyers Guide

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    Languedoc-Roussillon Wine - Buyers Guide

    With over 750,000 acres of vineyards, the appellations of the region are famous for their diversity and creativity which is admirably reflected in their wines.

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  • Burgundy Wine - Buying Guide

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    Burgundy Wine - Buying Guide

    Burgundy with its many vineyards, villages and appellation systems, split among numerous land owners and wine growers, provides a complicated region to grasp.

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  • Beaujolais Wine - Buying Guide

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    Beaujolais Wine - Buying Guide

    The Beaujolais region produces more wine than the rest of the northern Burgundy wine regions. The wine is made by “Semi-Carbonic Maceration”. A process where the grape bunches are fermented in their entirety. 

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  • Alsace Wine - Buying Guide

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    Alsace Wine - Buying Guide

    Alsace is unique within the French Wine Regions due to the German influences, which play an equal role in sculpting the area's language, traditions - and even its wines.

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  • Bordeaux Wine - Buying Guide

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    Bordeaux Wine - Buying Guide

    Situated in the beautiful South-West of France, the Bordeaux region is one of the largest wine-growing areas in France with a total area of over 125,000 hectares. 

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