One of the best ways of exploring the different wines being produced in France on a regular basis is to follow one of the many wine routes published on maps and signed from the roads of rural France. The Traveling Vineyard has recently recommended a series of wine routes that can be found across the many different wine producing regions of the world’s leading producer of some of the world’s most impressive wines.
Discovering new wines can be made more interesting by taking a series of tours through some of the best-known wineries and vineyards in France, such as the Champagne Tribaut vineyard where free tastings are available with the perfect food accompaniment for each variety being tasted. Getting out of some of the better-known wine producing regions and exploring an area like Provence can make all the difference in developing the options available through a wine route, the Provence wine route takes a wine enthusiast from the heart of Toulon to the coastal region of St. Tropez. In Burgundy, one of the most famous wine producing regions in the world, one of the largest wine routes created is found taking the wine enthusiast from Lyon to the Rhone Valley; The Traveling Vineyard recommends the N74 wine route as perhaps the most famous to explore for any wine enthusiast making their way to the French wine producing regions.
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The Traveling Vineyard has been linking its customers with fine wines for a number of years by taking each wine enthusiast and allowing them the opportunity to host a tasting in their own home with the aid of a Wine Guide. Each attendee is given the chance to enjoy delicious wines and foods chosen specifically to pair with them and order their favorite choice from an expert Wine Guide.
The benefits for working with The Traveling Vineyard include having the ability to enjoy learning more about wines and choosing the hours that suit the needs of each individual wine guide; Wine Guides are given the opportunity to develop their career without the need to purchase large amounts of stock to be stored as the Wine Guide waits for their orders to roll in.
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