Top Coonawarra Cab! - Shop Now

French Wine

(1573 products)

Discover the finest selection of French wines on our curated collection. Whether you're looking to buy a luxurious Bordeaux or a crisp Chardonnay, our curated collection ensures you shop the best of France's vineyards online. Dive into a world of rich flavours and aromas, and elevate your wine collection with the elegance and sophistication only French wines can offer. Order now and experience vinicultural excellence delivered to your doorstep.


  • AIX Provence Rosé 2022 (Free tote bag with 12 bottles)

    (1)
    $34.99
    or $33.24 in case of 12 bottles.
    View details
  • Rameau d'Or Provence Rosé 2022

    $32.49
    or $29.65 in case of 12 bottles.
    View details
  • Fat Bastard Pinot Noir 2021

    $14.99
    or $14.24 in case of 12 bottles.
    View details
  • Chateau Mont-Redon Châteauneuf-du-Pape Rouge 2020

    (1)
    $119.02
    or $113.07 in case of 6 bottles.
    View details
  • Guigal Côtes-du-Rhône Rouge 2020

    $29.99
    or $28.49 in case of 12 bottles.
    View details
  • Francois Sehedic Brut Cider - 750ml

    $21.70
    or $20.62 in case of 12 bottles.
    View details
  • Château St Georges 2018

    (2)
    $91.47
    or $86.90 in case of 6 bottles.
    View details
  • La Tour Travers Bordeaux Rouge

    $23.99
    or $22.79 in case of 12 bottles.
    View details
  • Domaines Schlumberger Les Princes Abbes Pinot Blanc 2021

    (1)
    $35.50
    or $32.83 in case of 12 bottles.
    View details
  • Hugel Pinot Blanc Classic 2022

    (1)
    $35.82
    or $34.03 in case of 12 bottles.
    View details
  • Pierre Chermette Vissoux Les Griottes Beaujolais 2022

    $38.52
    or $36.59 in case of 12 bottles.
    View details
  • Chateau du Cedre 'Marcel' Malbec 2020

    $21.33
    or $20.26 in case of 12 bottles.
    View details
  • Louis Bouillot Perle de Vigne Grand Reserve NV

    (1)
    $43.32
    or $41.15 in case of 6 bottles.
    View details
  • Baumard Coteaux du Layon ‘Carte d’Or’ 2021

    $54.10
    or $51.40 in case of 6 bottles.
    View details
  • Famille Hugel Gentil 2021

    $31.65
    or $30.07 in case of 12 bottles.
    View details
  • Domaine Seguinot-Bordet Petit Chablis 2022

    $41.50
    or $39.43 in case of 6 bottles.
    View details
  • Louis Jadot Beaujolais-Village Combe aux Jacques Gamay 2022

    $36.33
    or $33.60 in case of 12 bottles.
    View details
  • Marc Bredif Vouvray Classic 2022

    $36.66
    or $34.83 in case of 12 bottles.
    View details
  • Domaines Schlumberger Les Princes Abbes Gewurztraminar 2020

    $54.33
    or $50.25 in case of 6 bottles.
    View details
  • Albert Mann Pinot Blanc Auxerrois 2022

    $46.48
    or $44.16 in case of 6 bottles.
    View details
  • Domaine Vincent Delaporte Sancerre 2022

    $69.73
    or $66.24 in case of 6 bottles.
    View details
  • Hugel Gewürztraminer Classic 2019

    (1)
    $48.33
    or $45.91 in case of 6 bottles.
    View details
  • Triennes Rosé IGP Méditerranée 2022

    $28.33
    or $26.91 in case of 12 bottles.
    View details
  • Gerard Boulay Sancerre 'Tradition' Chavignol 2022

    $87.11
    or $82.76 in case of 6 bottles.
    View details

French wines, with their rich heritage, have always stood as a testament to the country's deep-rooted winemaking traditions. Traversing through the lush valleys of Loire to the terraced hills of Côtes du Rhône, France offers a tapestry of diverse wine regions, each with its unique character and charm. The terroir, French wines, with their rich heritage, have always stood as a testament to the country's deep-rooted winemaking traditions. Traversing through the lush valleys of Loire to the terraced hills of Côtes du Rhône, France offers a tapestry of diverse wine regions, each with its unique character and charm. The terroir, a French term which describes the specific environmental factors affecting the taste and flavor of the wine produced, is an integral part of the French wine narrative. Bordeaux, for instance, with its maritime climate, produces wines that have an unparalleled depth and complexity. In contrast, the sun-kissed vineyards of Languedoc-Roussillon yield wines that are fruitier and vibrant. The meticulous art of winemaking in France is passed down through generations, preserving age-old techniques while embracing innovations. This delicate balance between tradition and modernity ensures that each bottle reflects the passion, dedication, and artistry of its makers. In essence, French wines are more than just a beverage; they are a journey through history, culture, and craftsmanship. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

What makes wines from French special?

French wines stand as an epitome of elegance, craftsmanship, and tradition. What makes French wines so special is the country's unique combination of soil, climate, and winemaking heritage – often referred to as "terroir." This term encompasses everything from the minerals in the vineyard soils to the way the grapes are tended and the wine is made. France's diverse regions, from the frosty climes of Champagne to the sun-soaked terraces of Provence, lend themselves to an array of wine styles, each carrying a distinct hallmark of its origin. Moreover, centuries of winemaking expertise, passed down through generations, have sculpted France's reputation on the world wine stage. Thus, when one sips a French wine, they're not just tasting the grape; they're imbibing history, tradition, and the very essence of the French countryside.

What are the most popular French wines?

When discussing popular French wines, names like Bordeaux, Burgundy, and Champagne often top the list. Bordeaux, known for its powerful reds, is home to iconic blends featuring Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Burgundy, on the other hand, is celebrated for its Pinot Noir reds and Chardonnay whites, wines that have become benchmarks for these grape varieties globally. Champagne, the sparkling wine mecca, is revered for its effervescent offerings that have graced many a celebration. Beyond these, regions like the Rhône Valley, Alsace, and Loire Valley also offer wines that have garnered acclaim and large fan followings. Each region's unique terroir and traditions shape its wines' distinctive character.

What are the first wines I should try from French?

For those delving into French wines, a logical starting point would be the classics. Begin with a crisp and elegant Chardonnay from Burgundy, then move to a robust Bordeaux blend to experience the depth and complexity of French reds. A bottle from Champagne will introduce you to the pinnacle of sparkling wines, with its delicate bubbles and complex flavors. From the Loire Valley, a sip of Sauvignon Blanc, often brimming with zesty citrus notes, is a must. And for a unique experience, a bottle from Beaujolais showcases the versatility of the Gamay grape, offering wines that range from light and fruity to deep and structured.

What are the best French wines?

Defining the "best" French wines is subjective, given the vast diversity and individual preferences. However, certain wines have achieved legendary status due to their quality, heritage, and impact on the wine world. Wines from the Grand Cru vineyards of Burgundy, such as those from Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, are often placed on a pedestal. Similarly, Bordeaux's First Growth estates, including Château Margaux and Château Latour, have set standards for red wine excellence. In the realm of bubbles, Dom Pérignon and Krug are among Champagne's shining stars. These wines, while representing the pinnacle of French winemaking, are just the tip of the iceberg. Each region, with its hidden gems and artisanal producers, brings to the table wines that can captivate the palate and soul in equal measure.