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France

Still a world-class wine producer, France's wines are defined by their appellations and the concept of terroir – the unique sense of 'placeness’. From Pinot Noir in Burgundy to the Cabernet Sauvingon and Merlot of Bordeaux, to Syrah and Grenache in the Rhone, and in the south of France, there is a style to suit every palate.