France is home to the world’s oldest Demeter-certified Biodynamic vineyard, Domaine Eugène Meyer in Alsace, and one of the world’s three biggest producers of organic wine (see below), with Spain and Italy. France’s national body in charge of organics (data collection, promotion etc) is called Agence Bio

Organic & Biodynamic wine production data: See here.

RegionsAlsace. | Bordeaux. | Bugey. | Burgundy. | Chablis & the Yonne. | Champagne. | Corsica (Corse). | Jura. | Languedoc. | Loire Valley. | Lorraine. | Provence. | Rhône Valley. | Roussillon. | Savoie. | South West France.

1996 The Syndicat International des Vignerons en Culture Bio Dynamique (SIVCBD), whose logo is Biodyvin, was founded in 1996.

See alsoConstitution. | Demographics. | Diet. French Revolution 1789. | Secularism. | Unemployment

Wine-related bodies: Direction générale de la concurrence, de la consommation et de la répression des fraudes (DGCCRF). | Institut National de l’Origine et de la Qualité (INAO). | Ministère de l’agriculture et de l’Alimentation. | Vin Methode Nature.