2 edition of wines & vineyards of France found in the catalog.
wines & vineyards of France
|Statement||Louis Jacquelin & René Poulain ; translated by T.A. Layton|
|Contributions||Roulain, René, of Paris?,|
|LC Classifications||TP553 J313|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||416|
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Wines of France provides a comprehensive account of the vineyards and wines of France today. Offering unparalleled range, France has been the world's most important wine-producing country for more than a hundred years, and is the source of /5(6).
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French wines are usually made to accompany food. Vineyards in Vosne-Romanée in Burgundy, a village that is the source of some of France's most expensive wines. Château Pichon Longueville Baron in Pauillac corresponds well to the traditional image of a prestigious French château, but in reality, French wineries come in all sizes and shapes.
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Wines with a unique identity, produced from small plots known as Climats. Champagne. The region which produces the world’s most famous wine. Cognac. A brandy with aromas of experience, passion, daring and talent. Corsica. The unique island vineyards of France. Jura. The smallest wine district in France.
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But all somewhat-benevolent occupations must eventually come to an end, and inGenoa ceded Corsica to France.
Prudent France ensured continuation of the region’s wine production, improving exports greatly when local boy-made-good, France’s Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, decreed Corsican wine and tobacco exports duty-free.