Les Grands Chais de France
What first comes to mind at the mention of France? Eiffel Tower, wine and Champs Elysees. Variations are possible, but “wine” is always present. For the French themselves, wine has long become an integral part of lunch and dinner, not to mention the festive feasts. But was it always? Let’s see.
The Romans, who conquered the territory of Gaul in the 1st century BC, played a fundamental role in the development of winemaking in France. Although the Gauls initially favored Brahe, they were subsequently able to appreciate the taste of the wine. Continue reading
Calvet – affordable luxury of French winemaking. Today Calvet brand wines (over 40 types) can be bought in 100 countries around the world, including in Kazakhstan. 70% of the total produced wine, which is 10 million bottles annually, is exported. All over the world, Calvet wines are valued for decent quality and multi-faceted taste, combined with a democratic price. Continue reading