Wine regions are numerous in France and they are highlighted during events such as tastings, trade shows or auctions organized by Baghera Wines. It is a team of passionate experts, who has since 2015, offered great wines of international collection. You can find out more about wine on Baghera Wines’ blog bagherawines-blog.com/.
Emblematic wines of eastern France
Alsace has the oldest wine route since it dates from 1953. It attracts many tourists each year who wish to taste:
A Pinot Gris
Alsace is also a popular region for late harvest and fruity notes.
Typical wines of Burgundy
This region which was in the spotlight last September, at a meeting organized by Baghera Wines, has a registered designation of origin namely “Grand Cru”. The best wines are accompanied by the term AOC , it is a very important pledge of quality for connoisseurs. Whether for a special occasion or the pleasure of enjoying a good bottle, you can discover:
The Côte Chalonnaise
The Côte de Beaune
Nights St George
The Puligny Montrachet
Amateurs often have difficulties to finding a quality wine which develops interesting aromas. Trade fairs are essential, like the one organized last February. The Vinovision vineyards of northern France proposed a second edition gathering at the Porte de Versailles in Paris the Loire Valley, Burgundy, Alsace or Champagne. 5000 professionals were able to discover the catalog of 500 exhibitors.
Inherent wines from the Bordeaux region
This region is rather atypical since it has a classification set up in 1855 by Napoleon III. It is made according to wine selling prices. The latter are thus ranked from “Premier grands crus classés” to “Cinquième Grands Crus classés”. Only connoisseurs really value these criteria, as novices focus more on reputation. Therefore they have the pleasure of tasting a Pomerol, a Saint-Émilion or a Médoc, or even the Côtes de Bordeaux, which remains a must for this wine region.
Wines for the rest of France
Of course, Alsace, Burgundy and Bordeaux are the main regions that attract the attention of professionals, but the French wealth is more to prove in light of these figures:
There are 12 appellations and 15 819 hectares of PDO vines in Beaujolais
2200 hectares are grouped in Savoie which has 3 appellations .
The Jura brings together 7 appellations and 2000 hectares of PDO vines
During an auction organized by Baghera Wines or an event such as the Salon de l’Agriculture, you can discover the aromas of Côtes du Roussillon or the Côtes de Provence.
To discover prestigious wines, you need consult a renowned firm. Baghera Wines uses its know-how to help amateurs during events in Geneva and in various cities of the entire world. Master Classes, tastings and auctions are key dates. The next appointment is also an exceptional event. The Auction of Henri Jayer organized by Baghera Wines, will take place on June 17 in Geneva, and will honor the last bottles of wines of the “master of pinot noir”. Find more information on their LinkedIn page, linkedin.com/showcase/baghera-wines.