Before you go to France you should get some previous information about their wines. French people drink the most of it and their export volume is the first as well. Our guide will show you some excellent wine tour tips, shortly to save time for your booking.
One of the best region for wine tasting and sightseeing is Provence. That is a popular countryside with medieval villages and vineyards such as Chateauneuf du Pape.
In the beautiful town even Van Gogh made some nice picture. Favorite wines here Syrah or Grenache (Garnacha). After tasting them you can enter to the Lavender Museum.
Taste and go on options what Paris offer you in “wine tasting business). These tastings are famous, and you can try wines there from Bordeaux to Lyon.
Apropos Bordeaux! After stepping into the small city, Saint Emillion’s restaurants we find ourselves in a different world. They offers many wines around the neighborhood. Anyway there are lot of cellars there where can reach by buses. One of the best wine is Mourverde.
Where could be better for tasting wine and learning all about its secrets than the vineyards of Burgundy? If you are in France explore this region and its famous products on a tour of different wineries and wine cellars. They are like Gevrey Chambertin, Morey Saint Denis and Chambolle Musigny. You can learn about wine-making and its aging and tasting techniques.
Some people call it Vin de Bourgogne. But if you know it as The Burgundy wine, you should know that this is of the best wine in the planet.
Pinot Noir is the main ingredient of red wines. White Burgundy has many Chardonnay. Special grapes are Grand Cru and Premier Cru. (35-45 hectoliters/hectare). Generally white wines should be consumed 3-5 years. Premier category wine has more time. Even 10-20 years.
If you leave French Riviera, then take a visit around the 27.000 hectares region, St. Tropez.
We get back to the Southeast. Chardonnay and Mourverde are also popular here but you can drink Rose if you are a gourmand.
As you must see Paris you must tour around this beautiful country’s vineyards and share some great memories as well.
Have a nice trip!
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