There exist a few smaller vineyards in France, that are less renown despite their remarkable specialties. Discover interesting wines from the tiny region of Savoie & Bugey situated to the East of France between the Jura mountains and the Alps. The best quality wines are typically made from local grape varieties such as Mondeuse, Jacquère and Altesse. In the Lyonnais region, nestled between Beaujolais and the Rhône Valley, simple everyday red, rosé and white styles of wine are produced from Gamay, Chardonnay and Aligoté. Finally, Lorraine to the north of Alsace produces an interesting “vin gris”, a rosé tinted the colour of onion skins.