France is one of the best known wine-producing countries in the world, and 3D Wines has over 30 vineyards in seven of the most important French wine regions: the Loire, Bordeaux, Champagne, Alsace, Burgundy, Beaujolais and the Rhône.
Below you will find a list of all our vineyards in France. For something a little more exotic read about our vineyard in New Zealand.
The Alsace region is a favourite wine area in France for many because
of the stunning geography, beautiful ancient fortified villages, and
immaculate vineyards rolling down from the Vosges mountains.
The Beaujolais region extends south of Burgundy between Mâcon and Lyon, but the region's finest wines come from the Crus in the northern half of the area, where it is not only the wines that are stunning - the scenery is too.
Bordeaux is France's biggest wine region, yet surprisingly its most prestigious part, the Médoc, is also the youngest. History, politics, commerce and engineering have all played their part in shaping the wine that has become synonymous with Bordeaux.
This is the Holy Land of wine. A compact area of rugged escarpments and gentle hills, small villages and quiet roads, there is enough warm hospitality and good food to sustain you while you admire the vineyards and sample the wines.
Domaine Pillot -- Domaine Jacob -- Domaine Brelière -- Domaine Chevrot -- Domaine Dubois -- Domaine Drouin -- Domaine Séguinot-Bordet -- Domaine Désertaux-Ferrand -- Domaine Ragot -- Domaine Michel-Andreotti -- Domaine Lacharme -- Domaine Chalmeau
Mercurey Premier Cru -- Beaune Premier Cru -- Gevrey-Chambertin -- Rully Premier Cru -- Maranges -- Nuits-St-Georges -- Pouilly-Fuissé -- Chablis Premier Cru -- Côte de Nuits-Villages -- Savigny-lès-Beaune -- Givry Premier Cru -- Montagny Premier Cru -- Chablis
We all know that champagne is the classic special-occasion wine, but to restrict it to this single, albeit important, role, would be doing less than justice to its versatility. And, of course, it is the most seductive of after-dinner wines!
It was the Romans who introduced the cultivation of the vine to Provence, and its vineyards were made famous when the Papal court settled in Avignon at the end of the 13th century, though it is only in recent years that its reputation has soared with some really excellent wines.
Two of our popular Beaujolais domaines have teamed up to offer one fabulous Cru Beaujolais offering, so you can enjoy the hospitality and wines from two domaines for the price of one! Read More
Kahurangi Estate, Nelson, New Zealand. We have now added a stunning Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir from New Zealand to our much-acclaimed range of French wines. Coming from an award-winning boutique winery in Nelson, the wines are brimming with fresh, vibrant fruit flavours and are a joy to drink. Read More