Bordeaux has more acres of vineyards than Burgundy, and Burgundy has more acres of vineyards than Napa Valley.

Answer: True.

Bordeaux is one of the largest fine wine regions in the world—some 279,000 acres encompassing sixty-five different appellations. Bordeaux is about four times larger than Burgundy which has just over 71,000 acres of vines. And Burgundy is almost twice as large as the Napa Valley which has 44,000 acres of vines.

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