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Beaujolais Vineyard – Wine Appellations

Beaujolais Vineyard is one of 16 great French vineyards, it spreads over 19,000 hectares along the river Saône and between the towns of Macons and Lyon

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Beaujolais Nouveau – Basic facts

Beaujolais Nouveau, a primeur wine obtained from Gamay N grape variety and produced exclusively in the AOC Beaujolais and Beaujolais-Villages vineyards

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French Vineyards – Simple Facts and Lists

The 16 great French Vineyards produce 3245 labeled wines over an area of 900,000ha that turn France into the largest wine-making country in the world

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Loire Valley Vineyard – Wine Appellations

Loire Valley Vineyard, the largest of the 13 French wine-making regions, includes the Anjou-Saumur, Auvergne, Centre-Loire, Pays Nantais, Touraine vineyards

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Auvergne Vineyard – Appellations – Loire

The Auvergne Vineyard is one of the five wine-making regions that constitute the Loire Valley Vineyard, and one of the oldest vineyards of France

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Centre-Loire Vineyard – Wine Appellations

The Centre-Loire Vineyard is one of the five wine-making regions that constitute the Loire Valley Vineyard, one of the 13 great wine-making areas in France

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Touraine Vineyard – Appellations – Loire

The 5500ha Touraine Vineyard is one of the five wine-making regions that constitute the Loire Valley Vineyard, one of thirteen wine-making regions of France

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Anjou-Saumur Vineyard – Appellations – Loire

The 20,000ha Anjou-Saumur Vineyard is one of five wine-making areas that constitute the Loire Valley Wine Region, one of the sixteen French great vineyards

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Pays Nantais Vineyard – Appellations – Loire

The Pays Nantais Vineyard is located to the south of Nantes and is one of the five wine-making regions that constitute the extensive Loire Valley Vineyard

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Bergerac Wines – Appellations – Vineyards

Bergerac wines are classified into 13 white and red AOC produced in 90 villages spread around Bergerac in the department of Dordogne in Southwest France

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Gaillac Wine Festival in Tarn department

Gaillac Wine Festival in Tarn, a giant 48-hour wine party held during the second weekend in August to promote the delicious Gaillac AOC wines

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Gaillac Wine – Appellation and Vineyards

Gaillac Wine, produced in the Tarn area in southwest France, granted an AOC in 1938 and considered one of the best kept secrets in the wine-growing industry

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Beaujolais Vineyard – Wine Appellations

Beaujolais Vineyard is one of 16 great French vineyards, it spreads over 19,000 hectares along the river Saône and between the towns of Macons and Lyon

Beaujolais Nouveau – Basic facts

Beaujolais Nouveau, a primeur wine obtained from Gamay N grape variety and produced exclusively in the AOC Beaujolais and Beaujolais-Villages vineyards

French Vineyards – Simple Facts and Lists

The 16 great French Vineyards produce 3245 labeled wines over an area of 900,000ha that turn France into the largest wine-making country in the world

Loire Valley Vineyard – Wine Appellations

Loire Valley Vineyard, the largest of the 13 French wine-making regions, includes the Anjou-Saumur, Auvergne, Centre-Loire, Pays Nantais, Touraine vineyards

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