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French Wines

France is the world leader in wine exports and it is impossible to imagine the history of winemaking without the participation of France. Winemaking in this country dates back to before our era and actively developed in the Middle Ages thanks to the activity of the churches. At present, French wine is associated with extremely high quality.

High quality standards in the 20th century were lowered due to unscrupulous producers and a pest brought in from the United States. However, the authorities decided to tighten the rules for the production and release of wine products on the market, and the industry coped with all the problems. French wines are divided into types on several grounds: By Quality:
  • Table: The simplest, often made with grapes brought from other European countries.
  • Local: Grapes are expressed in a particular region, the quality is controlled, and the label indicates information about the place of production and the year of production.
  • Vintage: The most elite wines, tested at all levels of production.
By Sugar Content:
  • Dry
  • Semi-Dry
  • Semi-Sweet
  • Sweet
By Grape Variety (the most popular varieties):
  • Pinot Noir
  • Merlot
  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Chardonnay
  • Sauvignon Blanc and others.

Thanks to the variety of grape varieties and brands, French wine has a kaleidoscope of aromas and flavors that allows for a wide range of choices. Chardonnay has a rich, fruity taste with additional floral notes. Sauvignon Blanc has herbal undertones with a touch of peach or jasmine at the base of its flavor. Cabernet Sauvignon has a rich berry flavor with a touch of spice. Pinot Noir has a woody flavor with a hint of cherry and vanilla. Dry and semi-dry varieties have a high level of acidity. French wine has a rich berry flavor, with floral notes in the composition not uncommon. It is also possible to distinguish wines with a citrus base. Red French wines differ in color, ranging from scarlet to ruby red depending on the variety, while whites range from pale gold to deep straw. The strength varies from 9 to 14%.

French wines are quite varied, so it is difficult to isolate specific gastronomic recommendations. However, there are general patterns relevant to French beverages.
  1. If you want to add lemon juice to your dish, then a dry or semi-dry wine with a slight sourness would be a good match.
  2. Light vegetable dishes are best served with rosГ© wine.
  3. Cabernet is perfect with meat, especially dishes with red meats such as beef steak.
  4. French semi-dry wine harmonizes with Asian spicy dishes.
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