Top 10 of the prettiest wine regions in France

Take one of the many ferry crossings to France from the UK and discover a few wine-producing areas with some the best views in the country.

Travel to the far eastern regions of France and you will find the beautiful wine region of Alsace. It’s located close to the border of Germany, which means the wines produced here have a heavy Germanic influence.  


If you like your wine white, then visit the Loire Valley, France’s main producer of white wine. 

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Located to the south-east of Paris, Burgundy is a beautiful and peaceful region which is as closely connected to wine production as it is possible to be. 

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This wine region is so famous that it has a drink named after it. This pretty French wine region starts 140 kilometres from Paris.

The wine-producing area of Bordeaux can be found in the Aquitaine region of south-west France and remains the centre of the fine wine world. 


If you want to combine a wine tasting trip with a good dose of sunshine, then Languedoc – the southernmost region of mainland France – may well be your ideal holiday destination. 


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