Champagne - The foremost expression of sparkling wine
Champagne is located about 140 kilometers Northeast of Paris on the 49th parallel. Its location is one of the coolest wine-growing regions of France. The Champagne moniker is synonymous with sparkling wine and the region produces some of the most memorable bubbly in the world. Delving into the region with a map as your guide will help you distinguish differences between sweetness levels, sub-regions, and classifications. Additionally, you'll see the locations of Champagne's many Premier Cru and Grand Cru vineyards.
Champagne Wine Map Areas
- Montagne de Reims
- Côte des Blancs
- Vallée de la Marne
- Côte de Sezanne
- Côte des Bar
- Region / Appellation outlines
- Detailed hill shades from USGS satellite imagery
- List of top produced wines / grape varieties
- Total vineyard area in acres and hectares
- Future map updates included with purchase
How to Use Digital Maps
Our digital maps are available for you to use in two separate modes:
High Resolution - This mode is online only and features a high definition version of the map ideal for zooming in on and studying specific sub-regions.
Print Resolution - This mode can be downloaded and printed on letter / A4 paper for wine students who need quick reference of a region and its appellations.Commercial or public use of any kind is prohibited.
With your purchase, you will receive an email with instructions.
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