Traveling Vineyards top five wine tasting destinations in France

Wine tasting has become some sort of new age culture among so many wine lovers from across the world. This culture has seen people travel from one vineyard to another in groups as new wine bottles that have matured are being opened for the first time. As this would have it there is no other place on earth that any wine lover would rather go to taste the wines other than visit the rich vineyards that France has to offer.

But before embarking on such a journey there is need to have a little background knowledge of which places to go visit since every region in France produce own wine though all are different. So for this reason alone, Traveling Vineyard recommends five places to visit in your wine tasting journey.

To begin with, a visit to Champagne should be the first in your list as it is one of the most excellent places to kick-start excitement. The main reason for this is because Champagne is actually quite near to Paris with easy access roads. The wine makers to pay a visit there are Champagne Aspasie, C. Tribute, and C. Fallet Dart.

Next on the list should Alsace which should be one magical place to visit and enjoy the wine the place has to offer. Be sure to visit the place in October so as to coincide with its wine festival.

Coming on third on the list Should be Burgundy and while on this scenic route Chablis located up north and Cote. These two are must stop overs as it guarantees you a sunset type of wine tasting experience add it with a bonfire setting and you would want it to end.

Trailing at fourth place is the most beautiful and elegant place called Bordeaux. The place boasts of a number of wineries that you can visit to grind your way to the near finish of your adventurous journey.

Bringing our journey to a halt in the list is involves a stretch of two places namely Toulon and Saint-Tropez and with that, your bucket list should be offered when it comes to wine tasting journey to France.

Traveling Vineyard offers home based wine tasting tours for those wine lovers who cannot make early visits to France but want such an experience near them. The firm has more than 1000 guides spread across 40 states in America to offer such an experience. 21 wine varieties are offered for tasting and one you join them you receive bonuses and commissions of 15-35% on each every month with prizes such as electric wine openers as an additional prize. Be sure to check Traveling Vineyard on Facebook, Instagram and do follow them on Twitter to see what lies in store for you.

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