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  • The diversity of its sun-drenched vineyards, the juxtaposition of
    microclimates and the variety of soils are what lie behind the quality of Corsica’s wines.

  • In the heart of the Franche-Comté, a multifaceted wine region reveals its treasures: 4 AOC regions (Côtes du Jura, L’Étoile, Arbois, Château-Chalon), 2 AOC products (Crémant and Macvin), 2 non-AOC classifications (Vin Jaune, Vin de Paille), and 5 grape varieties (Savagnin, Poulsard, Trousseau, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir).

  • Gascony, located in the southwestern part of the country, is famous for housing France's oldest brandy: Armagnac. 

  • The Cahors Malbec Destination lies to the west of Cahors in the Lot département. Fed by the Lot River, it's associated with the Cahors vineyard area, which extends over 4600
    hectares, spread across 45 communes.

  • Just 30 minutes north of Toulouse, the “Pays des Bastides and
    Vignoble du Gaillac” destination offers visitors a varied landscape,
    alternating between valleys, hillsides and plains.

  • The wines of Côtes du Rhône, with their famous “villages” and their celebrated “crus”, will form a unifying thread to your visit.

  • United by a river that is called royal, the wine-growing region extends from Sancerre to the Atlantic.

  • Impressive and contrasting landscapes through vineyards, lakes and mountains.

  • The Provençal wine-growing region is dotted with remarkable sites in the various AOCs of Provence.

  • The Roussillon vineyards reflect the extraordinary diversity of wines and terroirs of the region.