Winemaking has been an integral part of French culture for more than 2,000 years. The country’s geographic position is perfect for the production of a wide range of fine wines. Its relatively northerly location ensures long hours of daylight during the summer months and an extended growing season, which allows for the slow and steady accumulation of flavor in grapes. Over the years, the country’s winegrowers have developed an intimate knowledge of the region’s soils, climates, and vines. And with improved regulation and a commitment to the preservation of quality in the country’s winemaking industry, France has grown to become one of the largest wine producers in the world.
The Wine Manager portfolio of French wines offers several options from different regions: