France has the world’s second-largest total vineyard area. The wines produced today range from expensive high-end wines sold internationally such from Burgundy and Bordeaux, to more modest wines usually only seen within France. France is the source of many grape varieties (such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc and Syrah ) that are now planted throughout the world, as well as several wine-making practices and styles of wine that are copied and imitated in other producing countries. French wine industry as a whole has been influenced by a decline in domestic consumption as well as growing competition from both the New World and other European countries.
Chardonnay IGP Pays dOc Monrouby
Picpoul de Pinet Baron de Badassière
Cotes de Gascogne IGP Duffour Pere et Fils
Côtes-du-Rhône Les Terres du Roy
Cabernet Sauvignon IGP Pays d'Oc Les Mougeottes
Pinot Noir IGP Pays d'Oc Les Mougeottes
IGP Côtes de Gascogne Sauvignon Blanc La Place
IGP Pays d'Oc Merlot La Place
Merlot Pays d'Oc Chateau Haut Blanville
IGP Pays d'Oc Merlot Longue Roche
IGP Côtes de Gascogne Sauvignon Blanc Longue Roche
Les Amandiers Chateau du Vieux Parc
Côtes du Rhône Rouge Laudun Chusclan
Grenache IGP Côtes Catalanes Domaine de Monastir
Malbec IGP Pays d'Oc Leduc
Saint Chinian Domaine du Barres