Beaune can claim to be the heart of Burgundy wine Country - although it is more of a largish town rather than a village
Alsace is a very pretty region with picturesque villages and vine-clad hillsides and this has to be one of the best along the Alsace Wine Route (Route des Vins d’Alsace).
Saint-Emilion has to be the most attractive and historic wine village in the whole of Bordeaux, with its dramatic position and medieval centre. It has a rich history and traditions…
Chateauneuf-du-Pape is a big classic wine from the southern Rhône Valley north of Avignon in Provence, and literally translates as the "new Castle of the Pope" and was the summer home of the Pope when based in Avignon (Palais des Papes) in the 14th Century.
Chablis is a charming wine village, full of character and interest in northern Burgundy, home to some of the best Burgundy white wines