At the beginning of the 21st century, the universal power of the wine has never been stronger. Grapevines are present in numerous regions of the globe. However, French wines maintains their prominence throughout worldwide.
Why? No other country has so much great wines with prestigious names, names such as Chambertin Bourguignon, Hermitage du Rhône and Cru Classé Bordelais de Pauillac.
France remains a palace for wine lovers because of the diversity of its vineyards. Never has a country expressed the relationship among nature, grapes, and wine as far. The world of great French wines is limited to the "big three": Bordeaux, Champagne, and Burgundy. France is rich with 11 wine regions with strong identities. They possess the taste of culture and the perfume of discovery.