France

French wine is produced in several regions throughout France, in quantities between 50 and 60 million hectolitres per year, or 7–8 billion bottles. France has the world's second-largest total vineyard area, behind Spain, and competes with Italy for the position of being the world's largest wine producer. French wines accounted for 17.6% of world exports in 2005. French wine traces its history to the 6th century BC, with many of France's regions dating their wine-making history to Roman times. The wines produced today range from expensive high-end wines sold internationally, to more modest wines usually only seen within France.

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Saint Nabor Viognier 2008

Saint Nabor Viognier 2008

$14.00
Price: $14.00

Saint Nabor Chardonnay 2008

Saint Nabor Chardonnay 2008

$14.25
Price: $14.25

Cordaillat Sauvignon Blanc les Sables 2008

Cordaillat Sauvignon Blanc les Sables 2008

$20.25
Price: $20.25

Cordaillat Sauvignon Blanc 2008

Cordaillat Sauvignon Blanc 2008

$19.25
Price: $19.25

Paul Dethune Brut Cuvee Ancienne 2011

Dethune Champagne, Cuvee Ancenne 2011
Grand Cru
Highest level of Dethune Champagnes. In my opinion, this is the greatest Champagne available at any price. If you think you have had great Champagne, this will be an eye opener to what great Champagne can really be.
EXTREAMLY limited availability.

$140.00
Price: $140.00

Paul Dethune Brut NV

The Brut is 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay; 30-50% is reserve wine. The wine is classic and not at all heavy. It’s a perfect aperitif wine or great with light foods.

$51.00
Price: $51.00

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