France can be split into 11 unique wine growing regions. The most known among those regions are Bordeaux, Bourgnogne (Burgundy), Champagne, the Rhône Valley, and the Loire Valley.
- Bordeaux is best known for its red blends, referred to simply as Bordeaux Blends.
- The Champagne region is obviously known for its sparkling whites and rosés.
- The Burgundy region sets the global benchmark for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines.
- Wines from the Loire Valley consist of bright whites like Sauvignon Blanc, and herbaceous reds like Cabernet Franc.
- Seek out Grenache, Syrah, or Mourvedre as single varietals or as blends from the Rhône Valley.
$104.99Pink wine has a reputation for being soft and sweet and less assertive than other table wines, but this doesn't have to be true, especially for rosé. In fact, it's usually blush wines that are sweet, and they can be made by blending a small amount of red wine into a white base and adding sugar. Learn More