From Ancient times through to the rise of the railways in the 19th century, wine was transported by boat along rivers and canals to the gates of the city or to head out to sea. Thanks to these waterways, major wine regions sprang up all over Europe.
Travel in time along the Rhône, Rhine, Garonne and Dordogne, Seine, Loire and Douro. Discover how celebrated wine regions grew along the banks of these rivers.
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