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French Wines: The Essential Guide to the Wines and Wine Growing Regions of France . If you want to buy it click on the picture

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Map of French Wines

South of a line running roughly from Wissembourg,- in northern Alsace to Nantes at the southern edge of Brittany, there is scarcely a department in France where vines are not cultivated. Alsace, Champagne, the Tours and Bordeaux regions, Burgundy, the Rhône valley, Languedoc, Provence... one is spoilt for choice over which wine trails to follow.

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The roads that wind through the vineyards which give the countryside its special charm are bordered by signs offering wine for sale and free sampling of the producers' wares. Why not take up the invitation? Changing your wine-shopping habits like this, you will be buying a few bottles of good wine that you know something about. You'll have the pleasure of talking to the grower, who will be delighted to show you around and offer you a taste of his wine. And when you get back from your holidays or your weekend, you'll enjoy opening, in the company of friends or family, a bottle that you have sought out yourself and are proud to have unearthed.
So let's go! En route!

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