Monroe, WA (PRWEB) October 08, 2013
Wine has been a part of society since ancient times. In France, wine is a cornerstone to the culture, with whole communities built around the interest in and love for wine. In the spirit of this historical and cultural respect, Cellars Wine Club has produced a brand new infographic that illustrates the regions, grapes, and production of French wine. Joined by a full length article on the history of wine in France, the post is rapidly becoming a valuable resource for wine lovers everywhere.
The infographic begins by a large map display of each wine region in France. From Burgundy to Bordeaux, Cellars Wine Club (CWC) presents each region in clearly marked color and titles. Additionally, the infographic expounds on various statistics and facts surrounding the French wine industry, with each piece of information portrayed in a tasteful and visually pleasing way.
The article starts with the very earliest record of wine in modern day France and moves forward through the Middle Ages and the French Revolution. One of the figureheads mentioned is Jean-Antoine Chaptal, who took action against the low quality of wine after the revolution. It states, “As a result of [Chaptal’s] guidance, France waltzed into a golden era of wine. Regulations were instated, organizations were established, and the alcohol content was even increased through a process of sugar additives. A few centuries later, France is the biggest producer of wine on earth, creating over 7 billion bottles of wine every year.”
To read the full article, infographic, and more wine resources, visit the Cellars Wine Club Blog.
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