Discover 7 vineyard regions producing “super delicious” wine
France is not only famous for tourist attractions and beautiful sceneries but it also makes tourists excited about its premium wine. Let’s explore 7 famous regions producing “super delicious” wine for the world with La Badiane.
Bordeaux is the largest wine region in the Atlantic. It has the longest history of wine production in the world.
It is called the “capital of wine in the world” with the famous villages producing wine such as Pessac-Léognan, Entre-Deux-Mers, Sauternes and Barsac. Once tasting grape wine of Bordeaux, we can not forget the acrid taste which robustly stimulate our appetite.
As the famous hometown of sparkling wine in the world, Champagne owns charming wine tastes from Bruit, Demi-Sec to Sec. People absolutely can not resist these impressive wine tastes.
1.125 km2 vineyards have made Loire valley become the third largest region producing fine wine in France. Particularly, Loire is famous worldwide for producing excellent white wine.
Languedoc is considered the largest region planting grape and producing wine in France and all over the world with the total area of 290.000 ha. Languedoc offers 60 different kinds of wine and produces up to 40% of wine in the country.
Burgundy is the wine region which owns the largest number of wine names in France. The vineyard lands there include Chablis, Côte d’Or, Côte Chalonnaise, Mâcon and Beaujolais.
Rhône valley is a region producing red wine in Southeastern France. If the northern vineyard produces red wine from Syrah grape or white wines from Viognier grape, the southern region is well known for much larger volume of wine.
Alsace, “Home of white wine” is famous for 4 kinds of white wine with subtle tastes: gentle Riesling, strong Gewiztraminer, impressive Pinot Gris and warmly aromatic Muscat d’Alsace.
French dishes will be more enjoyable with a glass of wine as wine help to complete their taste. La Badiane, no.1 French restaurant in Hanoi will be an ideal place for you to enjoy the quintessence of French cuisine. La Badiane is always willing to welcome you!