France is famous for its picturesque wine-growing regions. In every season, the vineyards have their own unique charms. In spring, when the vines sprout, vineyards have a fragile beauty; in the summer, when the vines begin to bloom and have the first young pods, the vineyards are full of vitality; in September, when autumn knocks on the door, the vineyards is covered a tender-reddish purple. As a wine lover, coming to France, you must definitely visit one of the most beautiful vineyards in verdant countryside of France and enjoy some worldly wines.
Located in North-Eastern France, Alsace is a land of beautiful nature with the winding roads along the vineyards in the hills of the Vosges. Known as something of a hidden treasure, Alsace characterized by typical colorful half timbered houses, amazing Alsatian cuisine and the unique wine and wine-making culture. October is very good time to visit Alsace when many Alsatian villages celebrate the end of the grape harvest with the tasting of variety wines and fine foods.
Known as one of the most notorious fairytale valleys in the world, the Loire Valley is an area of beautiful scenery, fertile land, sprawling forests and endless rolling vineyards which have been cultivated for centuries. With approximately 7,000 vineyards tending over 70,000 hectares of vines lining banks of France’s longest river, the Loire Valley is proud to be called as the Garden of France which is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
With ancient villages, gothic cathedrals, rolling green hills, charming vineyards, Champagne is a region where the beauty of its landscape and the passion of its people conspire to produce the most magical sparkling wines.
As a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of long-standing tradition in wine making, Bordeaux is the native home of fine wines renowned the world over. Bordeaux wines are known for several characteristics such as: full body, medium or full acidity, floral fruity aromas or a delicate balance between tannin, acid, fruit and alcohol, etc.
Visiting the Bordeaux vineyards in spring is a wonderful experience. The fresh green vineyards with perfect rows of vines and the stunning profusion flowers stretch along both sides of the Garonne, surrounding picturesque villages offer a wonderful ambience for exploring. There are approximately 110,000 hectares of vines throughout the Bordeaux vineyards which provide most valuable grapes in the world to produce the world’s best valued fine wines.