The Four Main French Wine Producing Regions Explained By UKV PLC

Whether a novice or experienced wine collector, London vintner’s UKV PLC have been hoping to make sure each individual has the chance to gain a deeper understanding of the way French wines are produced across the country. For any individual hoping to build a better understanding of the wine industry it is important to know as much as possible about the French wine industry as possible as this is usually seen as the standard bearer for wine production across the world.

French wines are produced and labeled by region instead of by grape variety, which UKV PLC explains is all part of the Terroir theory that places as much value on the soil and climate of the region a wine is produced in as it does grape variety; UKV PLC goes on to explain each wine producing region is known as an appellation and is rated by French government agencies for the standard of the wine that should be produced in that region. The four main wine producing regions of France are Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne, and the Loire Valley. The seriousness with which region is monitored by French wine regulators is shown in the fact the Loire River Valley is home to 87 different appellations appraised for their wine growing success.

UKV PLC makes sure to keep its team of wine experts small to ensure only the best quality information is passed on to clients at all times. Buying wines is the most important aspect of the work of UKV PLC, which includes using many different supply chains to find the best quality wines as the company avoids the pitfalls of working with a single wine supplier.