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A little wine education can help you enjoy yourself even more. Here you'll find notes on the world's most popular grapes (like Cabernet Sauvignon), the diverse countries and regions in which they are grown, plus answers to some commonly asked questions and expert wine advice.
Vin De France is the national French denomination dedicated to grape varietal wines. Vin De France wines have a “national identity” by focusing on brands and grape varieties rather than regions. This innovative concept allows winemakers to blend wines from different regions using a combination of grape varieties, which represents a fundamental winemaking shift in France. These grape varieties coupled with an effortlessly chic “French lifestyle” bring a simple and convivial image to Vin De France. Read more
From the bucolic hills of Bordeaux to the arid, red-soiled vineyards of Australia, wine is made all over the world. Beyond the differences in climate and “terroir” (the French term that refers to the totality of a wine growing region’s environmental and weather/climate conditions), wine spans many different cultures as well. Here’s a closer look at some of the most popular wine regions of the world. Use the interactive map to help guide you.
Any wine fan should, at least on occasion, look beyond Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay. There are literally thousands of different wine grapes to discover (and we look forward to introducing you to many of them). But understanding the flavors and wine styles you can expect from the world’s best–known varieties is a great way to start navigating your way through the complexities of wine with more confidence.
It’s a great time to be a wine fan. There are countless books, blogs, films, and even classes you can lose yourself in, depending on your level of interest. Wine is more than just a beverage. It’s a complex and fascinating subject with a long history. Here are a few explanations to commonly asked questions about everything from serving to storage — consider it a quick crash course in wine education!