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The vineyard of Alsace, located in north-eastern France, is particularly famous for its white wines, the character of its soil and its landscapes. It includes 51 grands crus appellations and 12 generic appellations. The two emblematic grapes of the region are riesling and gewurztraminer, which give great wines with long aging potential. Discover in this section all the fine wines of Alsace
The vineyard of Languedoc-Roussillon is located in the south of France. It owns its origins to the Greeks and Romans. Steeped not only in a great vine growing tradition, Languedoc-Roussillon also offers beautiful landscapes and historical monuments. Languedoc wines have long been regarded as favouring quantity over quality, but it changed in the 70s. Back in that time, much researchs were started to study the characteristics of the soil, methods of vine-growing, yield control..., in order to make high quality wines. Today, the wines of the region are present in all the finest restaurants around the world.
The Loire Valley, listed since 2000 in World Heritage of UNESCO, is well known for its magnificent castles, landscapes and gastronomy. It also stands as the third major wine producing region of France. The vineyard finds its origins more than 2000 years ago, back in the Roman times. With a current area of about 70,000 hectares, it produces all kinds of wine : red, white, rose, spread over fifty French appellations AOC / AOP.
The vineyard of the Southwest is a major French wine region including 30 different appellations. It covers approximately 58,000 hectares. The southwest is known for its wines of Cahors, Bergerac, Madiran but also for its gastronomy (foie gras, cassoulet) and its beautiful landscapes. Discover in this section all the fine wines of Southwest.
The origins of Italian wine date back to about 4000 years. Vineyards can be found in all regions. Italy is known for the diversity and the typicality of its wines, which surprisingly does not seem to have been affected by globalization. Since 1960, the DOC (the equivalent of French AOC) govern and control the quality of the wines. Those DOC contributed significantly to improve the quality and reputation of Italian wines.
Portugal is the eighth biggest wine producer in the world. It is particularly famous for its Port wine. The vineyard of Porto is indeed one of the first to enjoy an appellation in 1756, allowing to guarantee a certain level of quality. It is now one of the most prestigious wine regions in the world.
Spain is the third biggest producer of wine in the world. It produces different types of wines in almost all regions : red, white, rose, sparkling. The most prestigious wines come from Rioja, Sherry, Priorat and Ribera del Duero.
Fourth biggest producer in the world, the United States produce wine since the sixteenth century. Vine-growers are spread in 50 different states, although 90% of production is done in California alone. Among the most famous wines : Santa Clara, Alexander Valley, Opus One, Joseph Phelps, Robert Mondavi Winery ...