Vin de France
The term Vin de France was introduced in 2009 to replace the phrase Vin de table and refers to wines which fall outside the framework of the more quality-driven categories of AOC/AOP and IGP (Vin de pays). For our purposes these are wines which are not granted AOC/IGP status because they use grapes that are not allowed in the appellation, because a vineyard lies outside the geographical limits set by the appellation, or because yields are too high. Serious winemakers are perfectly capable of making very good wines under the Vin de France label, which of course represent great value for money to knowledgeable buyers since their prices are lower.
Our Vin de France Selection
Vin de France Blanc
|Insula Chardonnay, Compagnons de Maguelone, Vin de France blanc, 2016|
Vin de France Rouge
|Insula Merlot, Compagnons de Maguelone, Vin de France rouge, 2014|