Corsica

Corsica vineyard fame existed way before the arrival of the Greek. The vineyard was then a wild growth and grapes were picked yet viticulture arrived later on. The production area knew a true rise thanks to the exportation of wines to the North of Italy and its use in religious ceremonies. Moreover, this activity was encouraged by French sovereignty from 1769. The 450 Producers of the Corsica vineyard are divided between four big geological regions. The western soils are mainly granitic whereas the East has many varieties of schists. In the North-East limestone prevails. Finally, one can notice a good quantity of clayey or argilo-siliceous soils on the west coast.

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Corsica - Vin de France - White - More Info
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Corsica - Vin de France - Red - More Info
$29.99
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Corsica - Vin de France - Red - More Info
$108.99
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Corsica - Corse - Red - More Info
$19.99
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Corsica - Patrimonio - White - More Info
$37.99
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