Which of the following French wine regions has the largest amount of hectares planted for wine grapes?

C. Provence

Between Beaujolais, Provence, Alsace, and Roussillon, picturesque Provence has the largest number of hectares under vine, at almost 27,000 ha (producing about 1.17 million hectolitres of wine) as of 2017.

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