The wine tasting industry presents the best experience when you want to look back on a great visit and great trip rewards. To maximize the delight in France, the vast range of French wines gives an overwhelming experience and the're many options starting from the well-known brands from the wine-producing regions.
Located deep in the northern parts of France which are well known for the many wine-producing regions. Champagne is specifically produced in this region mainly because the soils and climate favor the wonder grapefruit quality and taste of Champagne. A trip down this northern region brings the peace and escape of the City life taking you into the only beautiful rural Champagne region.
The region is re-known for production of top dollar delight and other known types of wines. The options are plenty in Burgundy however, you must not leave without tasting the signature brands, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Though Burgundy is marked as the main wine-producing region, production is in small quantities which reputably makes its produce rank high in price because of market demand forces.
A trip down this side takes you closer to the sea. Bordeaux is ranked among the top 3 wine-producing regions, ideally known for red wine production. There’s mass production with well over 8000 producers and yet the region brags with some of the most expensive bottles in the world.
Paris historically connects with wine tasting heritage. A tour in around Paris takes you on a journey of discovery down age-old wine cellars. There are many wine stewards in Paris and this makes it a great value-add for those who want specialized and informed guidance on how to wine and dine. Short tours around town can be the perfect shortcut to the world of wine experts and different tastes from the 6 re-known wine-producing regions in France.