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French: the language of love ... and wine! France has an old wine tradition and many of the best wines in the world come from different French regions such as Champagne, Bordeaux, Loire, Provence, Val du Rhône and many more. If you are interested in wine and would also like to learn French, we have many options for you
Aix-en-Provence is the perfect place to go on wine tours and learn French at the same time. You can enjoy the wines of the Côtes de Provence during a 3 hour and 30 minute tour that starts exactly in Aix-en-Provence. Also, when you are in Aix-en-Provence, you shouldn't miss the opportunity to try a good AIX Rosé; You can find all the details about the famous AIX Rosé on the website https://www.aixrose.com/en. During the week you can attend a course at IS Aix-en-Provence to learn or improve the language. Our partner school offers both standard and intensive courses. This school also organizes optional courses where you can learn more about art, gastronomy, geography or nature. If you would like to visit Aix-en-Provence, you can find more information about our partner school here: https://prolinguis.ch/de/fr-frankreich/aix-en-provence/is
Bordeaux is not just a city, but an entire region that embodies a real passion for wine. There are six different sub-regions in this region, where many types of wine are produced. You can take wine routes that visit multiple sub-regions and give you the opportunity to drink the best wines in the world!
You can find out more about the Bordeaux region here: https://www.bordeaux.com/en. You can also learn French in this French wine wonder, thanks to our partner school “France Langue Bordeaux”. The school offers many courses: standard and intensive courses, DELF exam preparation courses but also the program Standard course + Wine Tasting. This course is ideal for people who want to know more about wine from the Bordeaux region, but also for people who already know a lot about wine and just want to deepen their knowledge and drink good wine. However, this course is more than just Wine Tasting! You will also learn a lot about gastronomy and culture and experience unforgettable moments. Start dates for the Standard Course + Wine Tasting Program for 2020 are March 2nd, April 6th, May 4th, June 8th, July 13th, August 10th, September 7th, October 12th and November 9th. If you need more information about "Langue France Bordeaux", then follow this link: https://prolinguis.ch/de/fr-frankreich/bordeaux/france-langue
Lyon and the surrounding area are also known for excellent wine productions. The region next to Lyon where most of the vineyards are is as Coteaux du Lyonnaiswell known and from Lyon there are many tours that visit the whole region (Coteaux du Lyonnaisare only 20 minutes from Lyon!). This district has about 370 Hecktaren, which are only dedicated to the cultivation of wine. The grape varieties that are cultivated here are Gamay (for red wine and rosé) and Pinot Blanc / Chardonnay together with Aligoté for white wine.
While watching the wonders of Coteaux du Lyonnaisyou can also learn French in Lyon together with our partner schools "Lyon Bleu International" and "Alpadia Lyon". "Lyon Bleu International" is a family school where you can attend the basic courses (standard, intensive, DELF and DALF exam preparation courses), but also special courses such as a standard course + culture or standard course + French cooking. In “Alpadia Lyon” you will find three options: standard, semi-intensive and intensive courses plus the DELF and DALF exam preparation courses.
To find out more about Lyon Bleu (https://prolinguis.ch/de/fr-frankreich/lyon/international) and Alpadia Lyon (https://prolinguis.ch/de/fr-frankreich/lyon/alpadia), click on the links 🙂
Why wait? Book your language trip to France now and enjoy the best wines in the world!
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