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From light white wines to unforgettable red wines.

French wines are probably the most famous wines in the world. Alsace, Burgundy, Bordeaux and the Loire Valley are regions that are an integral part of the collective imagination of wine lovers. The France is a land of contrasts, offering a great diversity of landscapes and climates.That's why there is a wide range of wines, which can range from light white wines to unforgettable red wines. French wines are much more than wines. Their methods of cultivation and winemaking have had a noticeable influence at various levels on countless wine regions around the world. Let us introduce you to the best French wines.




Alsace enjoys a sunny semi-continental climate, facing south-west, with a wide variety of terroirs. The best Riesling, Gewurztraminer and other Pinot Gris were born here. The Orschwiller winery located on the lands of Haut-Koningsbourg, the wines are 100% vinified and elaborated over more than 3 generations.



Considered the oldest and most prestigious in the world, synonymous with exceptional
vintages, the Bordeaux vineyards are protected from the Atlantic winds by a natural barrier of pine trees and benefit from ideal climatic conditions. With over 120,000 hectares of vineyards, there is not just one but six routes that will take you through the different wine appellations. There is a great diversity of wines, as the terroirs, climates and blends are so varied.



At the crossroads of continental, Mediterranean and oceanic influences,
the climate and geology give its wines an inimitable identity. The sunshine and high temperatures in summer allow for optimal ripening of the grapes, thus concentrating the aromas.



The Loire and its many tributaries play a significant moderating role in the vineyards. By encouraging the existence of a multitude of microclimates that are favorable to vine growing, it contributes to the great diversity of wines. Their buffering effect is decisive, particularly in the production of sweet and syrupy wines.


Côtes du Rhône

Crossed entirely by the Rhône, the region draws its strength from this rich and powerful river which lends it its character as much as it sculpts its terroir. Terroirs, soils, Mediterranean climate, more than 23 grape varieties. Scents of fruit, spices or garrigue, to discover...



The Languedoc Roussillon vineyard is the largest single vineyard in France with a surface area of 226,000 hectares. It is constantly growing and is recognized worldwide for the quality and specificity of its wines. Son climat méditerranéen confère au vin toute sa plénitude et la constance de la qualité d’un millésime sur l’autre.


Vin de pays

The designation vin de pays, PGI or protected geographical indication, is distinguished by the middle ground it provides between wine production that is totally free of constraints. And one that must follow strict rules designed to give a local wine the best reputation on the markets.


Maître sommelier

Cooperative located in the Languedoc, it is more than 1250 winegrowers on 1450 hectares who combine their know-how. Fruity and sweet wines whose grape variety mix is specifically chosen on site by GDC.


Maîtres Viticulteurs

Cooperative located in the Languedoc, it is m.ore than 1250 winegrowers on 1450 hectares who combine their know-how. Fruity and sweet wines whose grape variety mix is specifically chosen on site by GDC


Italian wines, closely linked to Italian culture, offer one of the most prosperous wine cultures. 

Ancestral land of great wines, with its 533 appellations spread over nearly 690,000 hectares, the area of its vineyard is around 9% of that of the world vineyard. Due to its geography and its position between two seas, Italy has several climates and types of soils, at the origin of its exceptional terroirs.


Spanish wines include a wide range of wines that are both fresh and elegant. 

The vineyard of Spain is one of the many Mediterranean vineyards. Between the mainland and the different Spanish islands, Spanish wines remain in terms of quality / price among the best in the world.

Champagne & other bubbles


Sparkling wines


What distinguishes sparkling wines from other still wines is the bubbles. There are several
types of sparkling wine. The best known is champagne. It is produced exclusively in the Champagne region. It is made according to the so-called «méthode traditionnelle champenoise». The wine in the bottle undergoes a second fermentation after adding a certain amount of sugar.


Wines of the world

Discover the wines of the world.

Often overlooked, great terroirs highlight a range of wine that is both qualitative and dynamic.

Other formats

Wine pleasures in other formats.


Small formats

Large formats


Alcohol free

With alcohol-free wines, the future will count.



In the land of wine, professionals in the sector have clearly understood that the future will count with alcohol-free wines. In order to support the demand and offer quality products, producers have developed techniques for de-alcoholisation or blending of grape varieties for a quality wine and taste experience.



Kopke Port wine,

recognized by its characteristics and qualities, is a reference brand. Founded in 1638 by Christiano Kopke and his son Nicolau Kopke (who came to Portugal as a representative of the Hanseatic League), the House of Kopke is the oldest Port wine export company. For many generations, the company was run by several representatives of the Kopke family, gaining excellent fame for its wines.


Other varieties

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