To wine lovers, traveling is a duty; finding the holy grail of wines. The holy grail may be located in the French Vineyards of Northern France.

Thousands of people are dedicated to touring wine producing regions with the idea of learning about the interesting world of wine. The French Vineyards and Wineries of Northern France are your dream destination.

Complete “wine routes,” try new varieties, observe production processes and, above all, visiting the vineyards, are essential tasks for any wine enthusiast. These wineries and regions in Northern France cannot be missed.

The French Vineyards of Champagne

Lying to the north-east of Paris, Champagne is a historic province. Famed for the self-entitled Champagne sparkling wine.

Champagne was not invented in this region, but Languedoc, in Southern France. However, it was quickly discovered that the climatic conditions in the Champagne region produced better wine than southern regions.

The most famous  French vineyards of Champagne are located on the chalky hills to the south-west of Reims region. An area home to some of the major Champagne producers, such as Taittinger, Moët & Chandon, and Perrier-Jouët. Due to tourism, many wine tours and tastings are available.


With amazing history, Lorraine remains a large tourist attraction in France. In particular, its geographical position has always generated controversy due to its proximity to Luxembourg and Germany. In fact, half of the inhabitants of this region speak French, and the other half, located to the east, speak German.

Despite the various benefits of this territory and its great tourist potential, wine is not one of the most important elements. Except for a small region in the border area with Germany, Luxembourg and Belgium, called Moselle Valley.

This valley, formed by the Moselle River, is one of the most important regions of white wine production. Many amazing French Vineyards live along the waters of the Moselle. “Moselle wine” is produced in three countries and is the heart of the wine industry in Luxembourg. The best, coming from French vineyards.

Many beautiful wineries are located in Moselle, Lorraine.

Looking for something to eat with these amazing wines? Try a mouthwatering, french Beef Bourguignon!

In reality, Burgundy holds the perfect climate for grape growing and wine production.

Ducourt, Château Larroque, Bordeaux Supérieur, Bordeaux, France, 2015

The wine received the highest distinction in the Best Value Bordeaux Red category at the 2017 Decanter World Wine Awards. It’s an attractive and delicious wine with a seductive nose of dark red fruits. The palate has undertones of dark cherry with a silky tannic grip that leads to a medium finish.

Price: $13.

Les Terrasses de Saint Christophe, Saint-Emilion GrandCru, Bordeaux, France, 2014

Are you looking for a delicious wine with impeccable structure? Look no further than this attractive ruby colored wine. It has an impressive bouquet of fruity aromas and intense notes of cherries and black plums on the palate. Hints of coffee and chocolate mixed with fine-grained tannins lead to a crisp finish.

Price: $23

Marks & Spencer, Koha Merlot-Cabernet Franc, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand, 2015

The Koha Merlot-Cabernet Franc is a vibrant and incredibly youthful, fruity wine. Furthermore, it has an intriguing bouquet of dark plums, cloves, mocha and black fruits. In addition, the palate is juicy and fresh with notes of oak and structured tannins.

Price: $12

Villa Maria, Reserve Merlot, Gimblett Gravels, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand, 2014

At the 2017 Decanter World Wine Awards, this wine received a platinum award for its category.  As well, it is an impressive and rich wine with an intense bouquet of plums, black fruit, oak, and vanilla. In the end, the smooth yet concentrated palate has hints of fruit and oak, leading to a velvety finish.

Price: $50

Arcanum, Valadorna, Toscana, Tuscany, Italy, 2011

In a glass, this wine has a gorgeous intense dark red color. In addition, the bouquet opens up like a sunflower with aromas of blackberries, spices, wildflowers, oak, and vanilla. Not to mention, on the palate its full-bodied and velvety, with hints of cherries, black pepper, and chocolate. Equally important, the finish is complex, fantastic and long.

Price: $172

Gialdi, Sassi Grossi Merlot, Ticino, Switzerland, 2013

First off, made in the traditional Merlot-style, the bouquet of this wine is gorgeous with notes of cassis, Morello cherries, fine oak, plum, and coffee. As well, this Merlot wine is warm on the palate, with a pleasant acidity leading to a smoky finish. Furthermore, a pleasant, well-balanced wine that will age beautifully for a long time, perfect to drink through to 2021.

Price: $ 52

Brivio, Platinum, Ticino, Switzerland, 2013

Although considered one of the most expensive red wines from Ticino this wine is worth every dollar. To begin, it has an attractive bright ruby color with a brilliant purple hue. As well, the nose is elegant with intense notes of dark fruit, raspberry, toffee, and spice. Furthermore, it’s rich and silky on the palate with ripe tannins that balance well with oak leading to a long finish reminiscent of a fine Bordeaux.

Price: $ 90

Château Cadet-Bon, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Classé, Bordeaux, France, 2014

The winemaker, Antoine Mariau, describes it as a wine of balance between charming aromas and a tender, long finish. As well, this beautiful deep ruby colored wine has a lovely ripeness on the nose with notes of black fruits and floral hints. In the end, the seductive palate has velvety tannins that lead to a fresh and persistent finish.

Price: $29

To finish, merlot wine tastes like no other red wine in the world, hence it is famous. With this in mind, buy one of any of the award-winning Merlot wines here, and experience the luscious flavors of the wine.