The Lorraine region of France is not the most renowned wine-producing area of France but will provide its lucky visitors with pretty fine wines. The Lorraine vineyard is foremost made up of the Cotes de Meuse, Cotes de Moselle areas and appellations as well as some others like the famous Grey Wine. The soil is mainly calcareous in the region.
Toul’s vineyard is the largest one in Lorraine. It produces the famous Grey Wine from Toul as well as the Auxerrois wine. Around one million bottles are produced each year.
This French wine is produced over 130 ha of vineyards around the city of Metz.
Cote de Meuse wines are produced over 40 ha of vineyards in Lorraine. The wine produced here is red, white or grey.Tip: All these Lorraine wines are fruity and sharp. You will be able to sip them with most types of meals.
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