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Rhône Valley is located in the southeastern part of France, a large region that commonly divide into northern and southern parts. Both northern and southern of Rhône Valley have very distinct climates, landscapes, soil types, and grape varieties, creating numerous unique styles and quality levels' red and white wines. It also hosts some of the world's most distinguished wine regions, such as Côte-Rôtie, Condrieu, and Châteauneuf-du-Pape.
Burgundy is one of the world's most famous wine regions for premium quality red and white wines. Located in the middle of France, it has a typically continental climate, and majority of wines are made by Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. But then with numerous climats, viticulture practices and wine-making techniques, the quality, style and complexity of these Burgundy wines can be vastly different. Combined with the classification system, it is a region that you can spend life-long exploring.
Alsace is located along France's eastern border, in an area once claimed by Germany. Isolated from Germany by the Rhine river and from France by the Vosges mountains, Alsace has its own unique culture. The Alsace Wine Route, stretches from the Wissembourg region in the far north down to Strasbourg, then further south into the Colmar region, which includes Eguisheim and Riquewihr. It ends around Thann, in the southwest of the region.