France

A grand chateau in the Medoc

A quick 101 on French wine regions

France is not like Italy, where vines grow in every region. But France is not far behind. In fact, there are more vineyards in France than in Italy. France has 794 000 hectares of vineyards,

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A walk in the vineyard with a winemaker in Vallee de l'Agly, Roussillon

Roussillon Wine Tour

Roussillon, the wine region of the spectacularly beautiful French Catalonia — Roussillon, in the southernmost part of France, in the French part of Catalonia, is a spectacular wine district, close to mountains and sea and

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Ripe merlot on the vines in the vineyard in Saint Emilion, Bordeaux

Merlot – a grape variety profile

Another article in our grape variety series: Merlot is something of a chameleon. All grapes are, of course, in one way or another. But sometimes it’s more noticeable, as with merlot. Château Petrus, 95% merlot,

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A small winery vat hall in Saint Emilion

Bordeaux, April 21-25, 2021

Bordeaux: a classic wine tour destination with luxurious châteaux and ambitious winemakers — Bordeaux is home to world-famous châteaux and world-class wines, but it’s also home to some exciting new initiatives, important for the future

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A village and vineyards in Champagne

Champagne, May 19-23, 2021

Champagne wine tour: luxury and gastronomy at the very highest level — In the world of wine, champagne is synonymous with celebration. However, on this tour we will show you that champagne is so much

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Many thousands of bottles resting in a cellar in Champagne

Champagne, September 23-27, 2021

Champagne wine tour: luxury and gastronomy at the very highest level — In the world of wine, champagne is synonymous with celebration. However, on this tour we will show you that champagne is so much

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A grand chateau in the Medoc

Bordeaux, September 27 – October 1, 2021

Bordeaux: a classic wine tour destination with luxurious châteaux and ambitious winemakers — Bordeaux is home to world-famous châteaux and world-class wines, but it’s also home to some exciting new initiatives, important for the future

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