French wine is produced throughout the region of France and its history dates way back to the 6th century. Red wine, rose, white wine, dry sparkling are all produced in fine vineyards throughout France. Lets look at 7 of our faves!
1. Regnard Bourgogne Rouge
This 2015 French wine is tart on the tongue with Notes of fresh, red cherry fruit, with some rustic earthiness.
2. Tariquet les Premières
If you like sweet wine this one will do the job; the grapes used for this wine is packed with the right amount of sweetness.
3.Bochet-Lemoine ‘Cuvee Selectionnee’ Brut Champagne
This wine includes a blend of several different vintages. which works well with many different dishes from meat to fish, and from pasta to salads.
4. Château Barde-Haut Saint-Émilion Grand Cru
This medium bodied French wine is smooth and supple on the palate. It has notes of black cherry, Fresh red plum, black raspberry, and accented by cocoa, violet, and espresso.
5. Vilmart & Cie Grand Cellier Premier Cru Brut
This wine is entirely sourced from 30% Pinot Noir and 70% Chardonnay vineyards in Rilly Le Montagne. Notes of green and yellow apples and meyer lemon along with Honeysuckly, tarragon, and toasty spice lend themselves to a refreshing sip perfect for pairing with many different dishes.
6.Marc Hebrart Brut Rose
The wines are complex and refined, but easy to drink and enjoy.
This rose is entirely sourced from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir vineyards in Mareiul Sur Ay.These wines from Marc Hebrat are complex and refined, but very easy to drink .
7.Mathilde Chapoutier Rose – Cotes De Provence
This wine is quite silky on the palate, and you’ll notice soft notes of peach,citrus, and florals . It pairs well with soft cheeses and different types of seafood.
There you go folks, we gave you some great wines from France, all with different price points.
Have you tried any of these on our list? Well send us feedback in the comment section below!
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