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The traveller"s guide to the wine regions of France

Hubrecht Duijker

The traveller"s guide to the wine regions of France

by Hubrecht Duijker

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Published by Mitchell Beazley in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wine and wine making -- France.,
  • France -- Description and travel -- 1975- -- Guide-books.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementHubrecht Duijker.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDC29.3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination176p. :
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20248106M
    ISBN 100855337354
    OCLC/WorldCa60090165

    This guide presents 14 tours, covering each of the main regions, leading the reader through the hidden byways and the great cultural capitals of French wine. The text also introduces the winemakers and their estates, and offers expert insights to add knowledge and enjoyment to any trip. France’s Smallest Wine Region Is Also Its Most Underrated. Wine lovers who are weary of the Disneyland-like crowds of Bordeaux and Napa Valley should book a .

      Read our insider’s guide to Burgundy, as recommended by Telegraph Travel. Find expert advice and great pictures of top hotels, restaurants, bars and things to do.   Languedoc Travel Guide: This Southern French Region Is a Must-Visit Wine and Seafood Destination Cathar castles, organic wines, and gorgeous seafood make this southern French region a must-visit.

    Travel Guide to Rhône Wine Region. The Rhône wine region, one of the most ancient vine growing areas, stretches along the Rhône River to the Mediterranean Sea in the southern part of France. Many oldest steeply-terraced vineyards in the country dot this area. The Rhône Valley has a . Wine, and wine growing region. With Burgundy and Champagne, the Bordeaux region of Aquitaine is one of the three most famous French wine-producing regions. Historically, its fame is at least in part due to the fact that of these three big grape-growing areas, the Bordeaux vineyard is the only one with immediate access to the sea, an advantage.


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The Wine Atlas of France and Traveller's Guide to the Vineyards5/5(8). Our Guide to the Wine Regions of France. Written by. Alec Curry, Alex Carey, Hanna Fischer & Michele Santomassimo. France is renowned across the world for its incredible cuisine and delectable wines.

With the main wine regions combining fairy tale chateaux, verdant countryside and other-worldly wine tastings, France is a must visit for wine lovers. To help you navigate your way through France’s. The Wine Atlas of France by Hubrecht Duijker (with support from Hugh Johnson) is the best way to start exploring the various famous French wine regions by car.

After presentation of the history and a description of a particular wine region, the book lists the address and describes the important wine estates of the region.5/5(8). Bordeaux Wine Region. The French Wine Region of Bordeaux, withacres, is a wine-producing area three times the size of Burgundy.

Bordeaux is the largest fine wine-making region in the world, as well as the most legendary. More than half the fine wines of the world come from French wine regions and about half of these are from Bordeaux.

Regions. Read about the wine regions, & what makes them unique. Le Terroir. How technique, soil and weather shape a Languedoc wine. The History. From the Romans through to Phylloxera to today. Grape Varieties. Discover the differences between appellations. Certifications. The complex and confusing part of wine in the Languedoc.

Wine Tasting. Taste fine wines. French wine regions are scattered in all corners of the map of France. Bordeaux is the largest region in terms of quality wine production, where many of the world’s most expensive wines are made.; The Burgundy (Bourgogne) region also makes some of the most highly-sought wines, but these are made in miniscule quantities compared to Bordeaux, so their rarity also adds to their value.

Languedoc-Roussillon is arguably the most underrated wine region in France, especially since it accounts for more than a third of the country’s entire wine output.

Although once associated with mass production, the region has recently undergone a transformation to become firmly established on the map of France wine regions. Although France’ssq.

km (, sq. miles) make it slightly smaller than the American state of Texas, no other country has such a diversity of sights and scenery in such a compact area.

A visitor can travel through the north’s flat, fertile lands; the Loire Valley’s green hills; the. The RS France guide has a lot of info on these areas.

Maybe you need more wine-centered stuff to read ahead, all I could suggest is your public library or Amazon. In France, probably including Paris, you'll find beaucoup commercial guides and brochures on wineries in both regions.

Buy Wine Regions of France Green Guide (Michelin Green Guides) 4th by Michelin (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on Reviews: 7. South of the Alps and north of the cliff-lined Mediterranean Sea is the Provence region, a part of France that is celebrated for its rosé wine.

Start your journey by driving west along the coast with your rental car in Nice and making frequent stops to appreciate the villages and scenery, follow the km course to Camargue, a town just east. ULTIMATE GUIDE TO THE CHAMPAGNE REGION OF FRANCE. Whitney Haldeman. Octo here are some things to know about the Champagne region of France.

Make it a day trip. that I can save for a special occasion and know that no one else can just pick it up at any ordinary wine store. At The Slow Road we answer to many names (wanderers, bon vivants, students of life) but first and foremost, we’re a group of dedicated travellers.

That’s why we love compiling reading lists that include those books—from novels to memoirs, and everything in between—that have really opened up our favourite regions.

In this post we’ll round up a few of our favourite books about Bordeaux. This wine region in southern France produces many varieties of wines under different appellations, though the most widely produced and well-known wines are called Côtes du Rhône.

Côtes du Rhône is one of the more diverse wine regions in France, producing everything from full-bodied reds to fruity reds and dry, full-bodied whites. Reds. Great-granddad dug out the cellars with a pickaxe. Granddad walled them up, to hide the wine from the Nazis.

champagne bar in a tree. Book on. This Green Guide with its wine-purple cover ensures a richly filled, thematic enhance your visit to the wine regions in France, check out the Michelin Green Guide to France which details sites and attractions using the famed Michelin star-rating system so you can prioritize your trip based on your time and interest.

To fly directly into the country's wine regions, travelers can take a connection from Paris or a budget or regional air carrier from elsewhere in Europe into regional airports in Strasbourg, Lyon.

All of the following wine regions are within easy driving distance from major cities: South Australia. Barossa Valley – A world-leader for shiraz and home to hundreds of different wineries. The Adelaide Hills – An emerging wine region just 20 minutes from Adelaide CBD. Clare Valley – Renowned for producing some of the best riesling in the.

Although not all-encompassing, our guide explores France’s key wine regions with a particular focus on Champagne, the Loire Valley, Burgundy, Bordeaux, the Rhône, and Provence. So, without further ado, voilà —our French wine guide for drinkers and thinkers.

If you are not sure which wine areas of France you should visit or which of wine tours of France you should book, then this guide is for you. In this French Wine Regions Guide, you will learn about the French vineyard, the wine regions France is most famous for and what type of wine each region produces so you can choose a region that suits your wine preferences.Get this from a library!

Wine regions of France. [Michelin Travel Publications (Firm),;] -- "The freshly updated Michelin Green Guide Wine Regions of France is ideal for a thematic journey.

Discover France’s 14 renowned wine regions; learn all about wine, including how to buy; and explore.With the Michelin Travel Guide, let France's wine regions tempt you to leave your car inland for wine sampling on le de Porquerolles and to go underground to the champagne cellars of Reims.

Visit a cooperative to learn about the "terroir" of a Bordeaux red or explore Dijon's Muse des s: 1.