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The vineyards of Alsace is a French wine region. It covers all Alsace, between Strasbourg (in the department of Bas-Rhin), north and Mulhouse (Haut-Rhin department) to the south. The production area of 15 600 hectares spread over 119 municipalities. Along a hundred kilometers, and virtually seamless, the vineyard has a width ranging from 1.5 to 3 km. The wines are mostly white (under the appellations Alsace and Alsace grand cru), sparkling (Crémant d’Alsace appellation), and some rosé and red (Alsace appellation). At present, the vineyards of Alsace can produce 637 different wines AOC-AOP (all names, designations, and combined colors). The vineyard also produces water spirits fame: the Alsace grounds.
Le Beaujolais is a French vineyard located in the north of the Rhône department and some municipalities of the Saône-et-Loire. Administratively attached to the Burgundy vineyards, the area of production corresponds to the foothills of the mountains of Beaujolais, between Macon and Lyon. Installed on land mainly granite and limestone north to south, it produces overwhelmingly red wine made from Gamay grape N3. The variety of soils has created twelve appellations of origin, two regional and ten municipal or local. Although this is a very old vineyard, it is still present in the news, especially for the media will be enjoyed Beaujolais Nouveau.
The vineyards of Bordeaux is the wine vineyards of gathering all the Gironde, south-western France. Some wines produced there are among the most famous and most expensive in the world, making the burgundy global standard. The production of the vineyard is varied: approximately 80% red wine and 20% of dry or sweet white wines, plus rosé and sparkling wines. The existence of 38 different appellations in the wine reflects the diversity of soils, that is to say soil types, cultivated varieties, cultivation and winemaking practices. With 117,200 hectares2 cultivated and production of five to six million hectoliters of wine per year, the Gironde is the third French wine department in terms of overall production after Herault and Aude, but for the first AOC volume.
The vineyards of Burgundy is a French vineyard in Burgundy on the departments of Yonne, Côte-d’Or and Saône-et-Loire. It extends over 250 km north of Chablis length south of the Mâconnais. The Burgundy vineyard has 84 designations of origin (AOC): 9 appellations “regional” and “subregional” 41 appellations or “villages” (with 562 names “first growths” on these appellations “village”) and 34 Appellations “grands crus”. The area of vineyards is 29,500 hectares, including 25,000 hectares of AOC. The production of this wine region totaled 1.5 million hectoliters of wine, for about 200 million bottles sold. The Burgundy region produces red wines, made from grapes Pinot Noir and Gamay and white wines, Chardonnay and bases Aligoté grapes. It produces more white wines than red wines, or 60.5% of whites, 31.5% of red and rose wines and 8% sparkling. Fruit of a long history, Burgundy and its wines are renowned worldwide. With a highly fragmented vineyards and quality wines quite heterogeneous in terms of names, “climates” according to the local term, but also areas, trading houses and cellars coopératives3, Burgundy is not faced with less challenge of globalization.
The Champagne vineyards is a French vineyard in Champagne-Ardenne primarily but also on neighboring departments of Aisne and Seine-et-Marne. The best known of this great wine region wine is the renowned champagne (or just champagne). However Champagne not only produces champagne, we also find it more classic wines such as rosé of Riceys, or even red, white and rosé, formerly called “natural wines of Champagne” and since 1974, for obtaining AOC label, are called Coteaux Champenois.
The vineyards of Jura is a wine region in the Jura in Franche-Comté. It extends over the Revermont and occupies a north-south strip 70 kilometers long (from Salins-les-Bains to Saint-Amour) and 6 km wide along the geological divide between the Jura massif Bresse. Marked by a typical personality and representing approximately 2000 hectares, it is one of the smallest French vineyards. The vineyards of Savoie is a French wine region. It essentially extends the departments of Savoie (28 towns) and Haute-Savoie (24 towns), plus two communes of the Ain (Corbonod and Seyssel) and Isère (Chapareillan).
The Languedoc-Roussillon vineyards, which produces a wide variety of wines, is in the south of France, covering much of the Languedoc-Roussillon region, the departments of Aude, Gard and Herault. The vineyard is very old and predates the founding of the Narbonensis. The vineyard acreage is 173 000 hectares. The sparkling wine recognized as the oldest in the world comes from the Languedoc is the Blanquette de Limoux. Languedoc-Roussillon wines, long considered lower quality wines, familiar since the advent of varietal wines (single varietal) (marketed mostly under the name d’OC country) in the 1980s, a resurgence in popularity with consumers.
The vineyards of the Loire Valley, also known vineyards of the Loire Valley and the Loire vineyards, a vast area of wine production in France, with several wine regions. These regions produce dry white wines, semi-dry, sweet or sweet, red wines usually mild and rosé wines; there are also many sparkling wines. All these regions are located on the banks of the Loire and its tributaries. The vineyards of the Loire has an area of 70 000 hectares including 52 000 hectares in quality wines (AOC and AOVDQS) 3. Production volumes give four million hectoliters of which 3 million in VQPRD3. It is bounded in four production regions which are the Nantes region, Anjou, Touraine and Centre.
Lorraine’s vineyard is a wine region extending in Lorraine, mainly on the coasts of Meuse (including the coast of Toul) and Moselle coast, giving it a southeast exposure on a limestone soil. A small part of the vineyard is located on the Lorraine plateau in the Seille valley. The Lorraine vineyards represented in 2011 nearly 180 hectares, producing a total of 8700 hectoliters (including 6600 in AOC or PGI sign) If the Lorraine vineyard is one of the smallest French vineyards, it has the originality to produce a gray wine from Gamay: the gray-toul Coast; but also to be the geographical origin of a widespread but little known white grape: the auxerrois1.
The vineyards of Provence Avignon extends south to Nice, over most of Provence. This vineyard is marked by great heterogeneity of both soil and geological conditions that obviously climate with a strict dominance of Mediterranean climate but also colder areas where the influence of wind is critical.
The South West of France is an important wine region, consists of several islands vineyards and vines between Aurillac and Rodez northeast to the Spanish border south of Hendaye. The region covers roughly Aquitaine (excluding the Gironde) and Midi-Pyrenees. It produces appellation wines controlled (AOC-PDO), delimited superior quality wines (AOVDQS-PDO), local wines (PGI) or table wines. It adds Armagnac (water spirits) and floc de Gascogne (a mistelle).
Vallée du Rhône
The vineyards of the Rhone valley is a French vineyard extending on either side of the Rhône, Vienna north to Avignon in the south, a total of 1317 communes1. This is the second vineyard in France in terms of AOC wines production volume after Bordeaux. It extends over six departments: Rhone, Loire, Ardèche and Gard, on the right bank of the Rhône, Drôme and Vaucluse, on the left bank. These departments are part of Rhône-Alpes, Languedoc-Roussillon and Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur.
Crème de Cassis
Mirabelle de Lorraine 70 cl
Whisky Armorik breizh
Whisky Pigs Nose
Whisky Scottish Leader
Rhum Don Papa
Rhum La mauny spicy
Rhum new grove blanc
Porto Graham 10 ans
Porto Graham Finest Réserve
Porto Graham White
Cognac Napoleon Croizet
Cognac VSOP Croiset
Cognac VS Croiset
Calvados Groult Réserve Ancestrale 70 cl
Calvados Groult Carafe Hors d’âge 70 cl
Calvados Groult Venerable 70 cl
Calvados Groult 3 ans 70 cl
Bas Armagnac 1969
Bas Armagnac 1971
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