French Wine Tour


Taking a tour of the French wine region is an awesome way to spend some quality time away from everyday hustle and bustle to explore the countryside of one of the scenic places in the world, for persons who are looking forward to a splendid vacation. In many of the nation’s wine regions, the French countryside offers a great number of tastes, sights, sounds, and other beautiful experiences that cannot be gotten from other French tourist areas.

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If you intend to take a tour of the French wine country, an ideal tour that suits even the most critical wine admirer is the Champagne region. It is an enjoyable experience for individuals who want to know more about wine and persons who seek for beautiful scenes with lots of colorful sights of nature that offers relaxation away from the city life. This region of the country is blessed with a moderate climate, most especially in the summer for tourists to visit. It is also a less expensive place to visit.

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Visitors can partake of the nature of the areas wineries and grapes during a typical tour of the French Champagne region. It is located far north than many of the grape producing areas of the earth and consists of 5 distinct wine making regions. It is situated near the capital city of France, Paris and this makes it possible for visitors to tour the historic city.


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Its closeness is one of the contributing factors to the success of the region as wine producers. Travelers enjoy the awesome tasteful wines which the region’s grape are known for producing when taking a French wine tour in the Champagne region. Due to lower temperatures, the moisture levels of the soil in this area is very acid, all thanks to the forest in the area which aid in moderating the climate.

We are a tour company based in Provence, South France. We offer private tours around the themes of wine and gastronomy.

Website: http://www.wineinprovence.com/ 


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