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Wine Regions of France Green Guide 2005 (Michelin Green Guides) Paperback – 20 Jun 2005

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Fabulous Travel Guide for France: Many Off the Beaten Path Attractions 22 Feb. 2007
By Kathryn M. Miller - Published on
Format: Paperback
I got this book as adjunct to my Frommer's France Guide, but ended up using it as my main tour guide. We weren't primarily doing a wine tour (would have loved to do more, but with three kids along, couldn't do that much). But, as it turns out, almost all of France is a wine region so the book pretty much encompassed every place we went. But what made it really valuable is all the off-the-beaten path tourist attractions it covered. For instance, through this guide we found: Monkey Mountain in Alsace (Barbary Macacques from North Africa, wandering amongst humans in a wooded enclosure), the prehistoric cave of Aze with bones of cave bears and an underground river (not mentioned in Frommer's -- local people in Beaune, 45 minutes away didn't even know about it!), and, best of all, a wine-tasting Chateau in Savigny-les-Beaunes with an attached Motocross and Aviation Museum (head to the museum kids, we'll be along in a while!) I couldn't believe what a great guide it turned out to be for a family trip.
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Very Helpful Wine Region Guide of France 6 May 2007
By M. Takahashi - Published on
Format: Paperback
This guide book covers various regions of France including less known regions and contains from basic wine information to beginners to more advanced information for well-experienced travelers. I have traveled to certian wine regions in France a number of times in the past but still find this book very helpful and informative.
This book MADE our honeymoon! 1 Jun. 2011
By pksim - Published on
Format: Paperback
We bought this book for our 2007 honeymoon in France, along with Frommer's France's Best-Loved Driving Tours. Frommer's was almost completely useless, but the Michelin book was fantastic! Unlike most guidebooks that just list interesting sights in each area, this guide maps out various routes in each region, not just for wine, but adds in historic sights (castles, etc) and restaurants in each loop. Everything listed in the book was fantastic - no duds! Since we had rented a car, we could just follow any of the routes and they were always wonderful. Very easy to use. If you buy this book, you won't need to do any other planning for your trip! It's probably even useful for those who do not drink wine and just want to view the vineyards and historic wine facilities.
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