Updated 2013-05-11 09:25:32
France is a country on the continent Europe, her capital is Paris. Here is the hierarchy of the France administrative divisions: France is subdivided into regions, that are at their turn subdivided into departments, that are at their turn subdivided into cantons, that are at their turn subdivided into communes, cities, that are at their turn subdivided into villages, called-places.
French Wines are classified as AOP (Appellation d'Origine Protégée), AOC (Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée) before, VDP (Vins de Pays) and VDT (Vins de Table), their calling is protected by International Laws according to the region of the production.
|ID||AOP Wines||AOP Wines in Chinese||AOP Wines Family||Region Ref.|
|1||ALSACE CHASSELAS OU GUTEDEL||夏思腊或者古特德儿葡萄酒||Alsace||Alsace|
|3||ALSACE GRAND CRU||阿尔萨斯特级酒||Alsace||Alsace|
|5||ALSACE PINOT NOIR||阿尔萨斯黑皮诺葡萄酒||Alsace||Alsace|
|6||ALSACE PINOT OU KLEVNER||阿尔萨斯黑或可乐福内葡萄酒||Alsace||Alsace|
|9||ALSACE TOKAY-PINOT GRIS||阿尔萨斯蛤蚧,灰皮诺葡萄酒||Alsace||Alsace|
As shown in the table or on the map of regions of France, contrary to that gives the image of France to the outside world, there is no AOP or AOC wines around the country: there are only 11 regions have the honor to cultivate this precious beverage. Burgundy holds the gold medal in the number of quality wines. If Aquitaine is the champion of great wines, the Loire Valley, the Rhone-Alpes, Languedoc-Roussillon offers many specialties of high quality.