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Map of French vineyards


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An oenological treasure map. The portrait of a country famous for its wine. This geographical map of French vineyards shows the exact location of each wine region and its main AOC, AOP or IGP terroirs.

An homage to French viticulture. The clever colour code reveals at a glance which type of wine is produced by the different vineyards that have received a protected designation of origin: red, white or rosé.

You could frame the map and hang it on the wall in your wine cellar or take it with you on a tour of France’s wine route, as per your preference.


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L’Atelier du Vin’s Map of French Vineyards product details:

  • The map is rolled up and securely packed to arrive at your home in perfect condition.
  • Its dimensions are 57 cm x 57 cm to ensure that it is visible when displayed on the wall or placed on a table.
  • The paper quality is optimal, with a grammage of 135g/m² and a satin finish.


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Do you want to gift this map of French wine regions to a loved one? We can add a personalised note upon request. You can also compose a custom gift box with other L’Atelier du Vin wine tools or publications. Your gift will be hand-wrapped with top-of-the-range wrapping paper and delivered on-time to the address provided, whether in France or abroad.


A Map of France’s AOC, AOP and IGP Wines by Region

A special Burgundy vintage, great Bordeaux wineries, Alsace wine terroirs, a Champagne Grand Cru Classé, a late Val-de-Loire harvest… It’s always good to know where your wine is from, from which region and AOC or AOP vineyard. Our beautiful geographical map of French wine vineyards helps to locate the main AOC, AOP and IGP red, white or rosé wines.

Alsace Wine Region

The Alsace wine region is located between the Rhine and the Vosges. The vines grow along a charming wine route from Mulhouse to Strasbourg. You can visit the wineries and villages dotted along the way with friends or family. Alsace white wines are bottled in ‘flutes’ and are fresh and comforting.

AOC, AOP and IGP Alsace wines:

  • Edelzwicker Alsace wine
  • Alsace Chasselas
  • Alsace Sylvaner
  • Alsace Pinot
  • Alsace Muscat
  • Alsace Pinot Gris
  • Alsace Riesling
  • Alsace Gewurztraminer
  • Alsace Pinot Noir
  • Alsace Grand Cru

Bordeaux Wine Region

Bordeaux wine is known throughout the world for its signature aroma, but each Bordeaux vineyard has its own nuances.

AOC, AOP and IGP Bordeaux wines and vineyards:

  • Médoc, Haut-Médoc, Listrac-Médoc
  • Margaux
  • Moulis
  • Saint-Julien
  • Pauillac
  • Saint-Estèphe
  • Graves
  • Pessac-Léognan
  • Cérons
  • Sauternes
  • Barsac
  • Entre-Deux-Mers
  • Bordeaux Haut-Benauge
  • Premières Côtes de Bordeaux
  • Cadillac
  • Graves de Vayres
  • Côtes de Bordeaux Saint-Macaire
  • Sainte-Foy Bordeaux
  • Loupiac
  • Sainte-Croix du Mont
  • Côtes de Castillon
  • Bordeaux Côtes de Francs
  • Côtes de Bourg
  • Blaye, Côtes de Blaye, Premières Côtes de Blaye
  • Saint-Emilion, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, Lussac Saint-Emilion, Montagne Saint-Emilion, Puisseguin Saint-Emilion, Saint-Georges Saint-Emilion
  • Pomerol, Lalande de Pomerol
  • Néac
  • Fronsac, Canon-Fronsac

Burgundy Wine Region

The Burgundy wine region produces fine wine year after year. Côte d’Or treasures, Saône-et-Loire great vintages, hand-picked harvesting in the Yonne, the know-how of the Rhône winegrowers… This winegrowing region is quite simply extraordinary.

AOC Burgundy (or Bourgogne in French) wines:

  • Bourgogne Grand Ordinaire, Coteaux Bourguignons
  • Bourgogne Aligoté
  • Bourgogne Passe-Tout-Grain
  • Saint-Bris
  • Bourgogne Côtes d'Auxerre
  • Bourgogne Epineuil
  • Bourgogne Tonnerre
  • Irancy
  • Chablis, Petit Chablis, Chablis Grand Cru, Chablis Premier Cru
  • Bourgogne Hautes Côtes de Nuits
  • Côte de Nuits Villages
  • Marsannay, Marsannay Rosé
  • Fixin
  • Gevrey-Chambertin
  • Morey-Saint-Denis
  • Chambolle-Musigny
  • Vougeot
  • Vosne-Romanée, Romanée-Conti
  • Nuits-Saint-Georges
  • Bourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Beaune
  • Côte de Beaune Villages
  • Ladoix
  • Pernand-Vergelesses
  • Aloxe-Corton
  • Chorey-Lès-Beaune
  • Savigny-Lès-Beaune
  • Beaune, Côte de Beaune
  • Pommard
  • Volnay, Volnay Santenats
  • Monthélie
  • Auxey-Duresses
  • Saint-Romain
  • Meursault
  • Blagny
  • Puligny-Montrachet
  • Saint-Aubin
  • Chassagne-Montrachet
  • Santenay
  • Maranges
  • Bourgogne Côtes de Couchois
  • Bourgogne Côte Chalonnaise
  • Bouzeron
  • Rully
  • Mercurey
  • Givry
  • Montagny
  • Mâcon, Mâcon Villages
  • Saint-Véran
  • Viré-Clessé
  • Pouilly-Fuissé, Pouilly-Loché, Pouilly-Vinzelles
  • Beaujolais, Beaujolais Villages
  • Saint-Amour
  • Juliénas
  • Chénas
  • Moulin à Vent
  • Fleurie
  • Chiroubles
  • Morgon
  • Régnié
  • Brouilly, Côte de Brouilly

Bugey Wine Region

Surrounded by renowned wine-growing regions, Bugey’s small vineyards have forged a name for themselves. The region produces white and red wine with its distinctive grape varieties. An intimate and original destination for wine tourists!

AOC or AOP Bugey wines:

  • Vin de Bugey
  • Roussette du Bugey

Champagne Wine Region

Champagne vineyards are best known for their sparkling wines, to toast life’s finest moments. The region is made up of a myriad of local vineyards, such as the Côte de Blancs, Montagne de Reims, Côte de Sézanne, Vallée de la Marne, Côte des Bar, Vignobles de l’Aube, Massif de Saint-Thierry, Vallée de l'Ardre, Butte Montgueux, and Vitry-le-François.

AOC, AOP and IGP Champagne wines:

  • Champagne
  • Rosé des Riceys
  • Coteaux Champenois

Corsica Wine Region

Corsican vineyards are scattered around the island. The local winegrowers produce wines that are surprisingly lively, subtle and full of character.

AOC, AOP and IGP Corsican wines:

  • Corsica
  • Ajaccio
  • Patrimonio
  • Muscat du Cap Corse

Jura Wine Region

Jura vineyards benefit from an exceptional natural heritage. Winegrowers in the region uphold winegrowing traditions by perpetuating their own harvesting, drying, pressing and vinification techniques. Tasters will appreciate the vineyards’ yellow and straw wines.

AOC Jura wines:

  • Côtes du Jura
  • Arbois
  • Château-Châlon
  • L’Étoile
  • Macvin du Jura

Languedoc Roussillon Wine Region

Much of France’s wine production comes from this region. The Languedoc Roussillon vineyards stretch as far as the eye can see, from the Mediterranean coast to Larzac, Millau, Corbières and Minervois. A lifetime would not be enough to taste all the different wines! AOC and AOP Languedoc Roussillon wines:

  • Languedoc
  • Clairette du Languedoc
  • Faugères
  • Limoux
  • Saint-Chinian
  • Minervois
  • Corbières
  • Cabardès
  • Malepère
  • Fitou
  • Côtes de Millau
  • Minervois-la-Livinière
  • Picpoul-de-Pinet
  • Terrasses du Larzac
  • La Clape
  • Pic Saint-Loup
  • Frontignan
  • Côtes du Roussillon, Côtes du Roussillon Villages
  • Collioure
  • Banyuls
  • Maury
  • Rivesaltes

Lorraine Wine Region

Let’s not forget the Lorraine wine region. Discover beautiful white, red and rosé vintages, including bottles to age in a wine cellar for connoisseurs.

AOC and IGP Lorraine vineyards:

  • Moselle
  • Côtes de Toul
  • Côtes de Meus

Lyon Wine Region

The wines produced in the Lyon wine region are light and full of flavour. The vineyards backing onto the city of Lyon bear fruit, too.

  • AOC Coteaux du Lyonnais

Provence Wine Region

Bathed in the Provence sun, the grape bunches in this region are particularly generous. The vineyards of Provence are the pride of winegrowers on the Côte d’Azur, producing beautifully fresh wines.

AOC Provence wines:

  • Côtes de Provence
  • Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence
  • Les Baux de Provence
  • Palette
  • Cassis
  • Bandol
  • Bellet
  • Coteaux Varois en Provence
  • Coteaux de Pierrevert

Savoy Wine Region

The Savoy wine region (or Savoie in French) is made up of the Bas-Chablais, Côte d'Arve, Avant-Pays de Savoie, Rives du Rhône, Cluse de Chambéry and Combe de Savoie. Its vineyards produce fine wines to enjoy with regional Alpine cheese.

AOC Savoy wines:

  • Vin de Savoie
  • Roussette de Savoie
  • Crépy
  • Seyssel

South-West Wine Region

Many great vintages, to be aged in a wine cellar, come from vineyards in the South-West of France. This region combines great food with fine wine, setting the scene for many a delicious tasting session.

AOC South-West vineyards:

  • Bergerac
  • Montravel
  • Pécharmant
  • Rosette
  • Saussignac
  • Monbazillac
  • Côtes de Duras
  • Côtes du Marmandais
  • Buzet
  • Côtes du Bruhlois
  • Vin de Lavilledieu
  • Fronton
  • Saint-Sardos
  • Cahors
  • Gaillac
  • Tursan
  • Côtes de Saint-Mont
  • Madiran
  • Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh
  • Béarn
  • Jurançon
  • Irouleguy
  • Marcillac
  • Vins d'Estaing
  • Vins d'Entraygues et du Fel

Loire Valley Wine Region

The Val-de-Loire vineyards are home to legends and beautiful châteaux, producing fine wine that has marked the history of France. From the mountains to the ocean, the region’s vines are a source of pride for the French wine industry.

AOC Loire Valley vineyards and wines:

  • Gros Plant du Pays Nantais
  • Muscadet, Muscadet Coteaux de la Loire, Muscadet Côtes de Grandlieu, Muscadet Sèvre et Maine
  • Coteaux d'Ancenis
  • Fiefs Vendéens
  • Vins du Thouarsais
  • Haut-Poitou
  • Anjou, Cabernet d'Anjou, Rosé d'Anjou, Anjou Villages, Anjou Coteaux de la Loire
  • Savennières
  • Coteaux de l'Aubance
  • Coteaux du Layon
  • Chaume, Quarts de Chaume
  • Bonnezeaux
  • Saumur, Cabernet de Saumur, Coteaux de Saumur, Saumur Champigny
  • Touraine, Touraine Azay-le-Rideau, Touraine Amboise, Touraine Mesland, Touraine Noble-Joué
  • Bourgueil, Saint-Nicolas de Bourgueil
  • Chinon
  • Vouvray
  • Montlouis
  • Coteaux du Loir
  • Jasnières
  • Coteaux du Vendômois
  • Cheverny, Cour Cheverny
  • Valençay
  • Orléans
  • Coteaux du Giennois
  • Reuilly
  • Quincy
  • Menetou-Salon
  • Pouilly-sur-Loire, Pouilly-Fumé
  • Sancerre
  • Châteaumeillant
  • Saint-Pourçain
  • Côte Roannaise
  • Côtes d'Auvergne
  • Côtes du Forez

Rhône Valley Wine Region

If you’re following a wine route from Côte Rôtie to the Rhône Valley, we recommend a stop in the Drôme before heading to the Mediterranean sea. Dry white wine, sweet wine, complex red wine, traditional sparkling wine… Visit the Côtes du Rhône vineyards and taste all the different wines the region has to offer.

AOC northern Côtes du Rhône vineyards:

  • Côte Rôtie
  • Condrieu
  • Château Grillet
  • Saint-Joseph
  • Hermitage, Crozes Hermitage
  • Cornas
  • Saint-Péray
  • Clairette de Die, Coteaux de Die
  • Châtillon en Diois

AOC southern Côtes du Rhône vineyards:

  • Côtes du Rhône Villages
  • Grignan-les-Adhémar
  • Vacqueyras
  • Vinsobres
  • Beaumes-de-Venise
  • Gigondas
  • Châteauneuf-du-Pape
  • Lirac
  • Tavel
  • Côtes du Ventoux
  • Côtes du Lubéron
  • Costières de Nîmes
  • Clairette de Bellegarde
  • Côtes du Vivarais

2023 updated version.
Rolled map. Size: 57 x 57 cm.


Satin coated paper.
Grammage: 135 g / m2