France's?wine regions have developed distinct identities for their wines, using many different grape varieties and winemaking practices to produce their areas? best possible wines.?With a rigid system of laws regulating production and a romanticized outlook on the luxury and practicality of regional favorites, the country is still a leading force. Currently reforming a market for the exportation of Bordeaux varietals to parts of Asia, France continues to extend its influence even further. Their?ability to espouse economy and tillage indicates they are still a prodigy in the international language of wine. ?
?Dense bluish/purple to the rim, with notes of blueberry, black raspberry liqueur, kirsch, spice box, vanillin, graphite and licorice, the wine is extraordinarily complex, deep, full-bodied and juicy, with a sweet, luxurious mid-palate and long finish with moderately high tannin.