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Breaking Down The Wine Classification System of France

The French appellation system is made up of 3 tiers. Vin de France. IGP (Indication géographique protégée) AOP (Appellation d’origine protégée) Each tier comes with increasingly stringent requirements, but in many cases, comes with the benefit of increased name recognition. The Vin de France level comes with very few requirements, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Many outstanding producers use the Vin de France title when they want to experiment with new varieties or winemaking styles that would otherwise not be allowed. The IGP level covers wines made from specific geographical areas and with slightly tighter rules than the […]

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Les Baux-de-Provence

This historical landscape of Les-Baux-de-Provence is home to a vibrant and exciting appellation. The unique character of the region and the fertile soil infuses the local wine with memorable aromas and flavors, while the organic and biodynamic harvesting methods ensure the exquisite quality of every bottle.

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Touraine Noble-Joué

A historic region on the western outskirts of the city of Tours, Touraine Noble-Joué is known for its characteristic “vin gris,” a rosé made with the body of Pinot Meunier, the finesse of Pinot Gris, and the length of Pinot Noir. Varietals Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Gris Hectares Under Vine 35 Output 1400hl Soil Conditions Limestone, chalk, clay, siliceous

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