The production level of French wine producers shows no sign of slowing down in the coming years as around eight billion bottles are now produced annually as an average. The wine vintners at UKV PLC are hoping to bring those who either wish to become involved in wine tasting and collecting, or wish to expand on their knowledge to a better understanding of French wine production and labeling.
French wine is produced using a range of grape varieties, but in France each bottle is labeled to highlight the region in which the wine was produced, which is seen as important as each individual regions has its own characteristics that have a major influence on the flavor and texture of each bottle of wine produced. UKV PLC hopes to educate and inform the clients the company has assisted in the past and all future clients who want to better understand the intricacies of French wine collecting. The French labeling system highlights the region where a specific wine was created with UKV PLC explaining the main four regions are Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne, and Loire; wines from these regions are produced in conditions that have traditionally produced the best possible wines seen around the world.
One of the major benefits of working with UKV PLC for wine collectors is the fact the company is not contractually linked to any major merchant or vineyard, but is instead an independent with links to the top producers across France. UKV PLC has the chance to source the best possible wines being produced from both major merchants and small vineyards who may have an up and coming reputation.