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3 Wine Growing Regions in France December 19, 2018

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3 Wine Growing Regions in France, Honolulu, Hawaii

When reading the label on a bottle of French wine, you’ll find details about the region it comes from rather than the variety of grape. France is home to some of the most famous wine regions in the world, and each one has a distinct style. To help you choose the right bottle for your next meal, here is an overview of the most notable growing regions. 

A Guide to France’s Wine Growing Regions

1. Bordeaux 

Some of the world’s rarest and most expensive wines come from the Bordeaux region of France. It is divided into two areas dubbed “Left Bank” and “Right Bank.” The wines from the left bank take more time to age and mature. The majority of the wine produced in Bordeaux is red and made from Cabernet and Merlot grape varietals. 

2. Burgundy

wineLocated on the eastern side of France, the Burgundy region is known for its expensive red and white wines. The moderate climate and clay and stone soil offer the best conditions for raising Pinot Noir grapes, which are used for red Burgundy wines. The region’s light-bodied white wine is made from Chardonnay grapes and pairs well with seafood dishes. 

3. Loire

Located in the northwest of France, the Loire region boasts over 4,000 wineries. While it’s famous for white wines ranging from dry to sweet and sparkling, it also offers a wide variety of red wines. The whites are made from the Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Franc, and Chenin Blanc grape varietals.


If you’re interested in sampling French wines and their recommended dish pairings, make a reservation at PARIS.HAWAII in Waikiki. The upscale bistro is known for contemporary French cuisine, prix frixe tasting menus, and locally sourced, fresh ingredients. To book a reservation, give the restaurant a call at (808) 212-9282 from 3:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday, or visit their website.

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