Of all the French wine-producing regions, none carried out so much progress as Languedoc-Roussillon. It is one of the biggest vineyards of France. Numerous vines were planted to restore a popularity in wines. The diversity of grounds explains the diversity of the AOC in red wine, rosé wine, white wine and sweet wines. The most known naming are the Blanquette of Limoux or the Muscat de Rivesaltes. Discover prestigious domains with the Domains of Gauby, Anne Gros Tollot or still Les Creisses.
Domaine de l'Hortus created this Le Loup dans la Bergerie cuvée in the 2000s, in a desire to bring "everyday wine up to date", wine that is tasty and easy to drink...
Domaine de l'Hortus Loup y est tu, (Wolf are you there ?)We did not find a Wolf precisely but a friendly, easy to drink white with a great value for money!
Domaine Felines Jourdan Picpoul de Pinet develops a typical acidity of the Picpoul de Pinet expressing aromas of citrus fruits and a point of minérality.
Domaine : Mas d'Espanet Appellation : IGP Languedoc Red wine - Vines : 90 % Cinsault, Grenache gris 10 %
Domaine : Mas d'Espanet Appellation : IGP Languedoc White wine - IGP - Vines : 90 % Cinsault, Grenache gris 10 %
Domaine : Domaine Moulinier Appellation : Saint Chinian Red Wine - AOC - Vines : Syrah, Grenache
Vineyard: Domaine d'Eriane Appellation : Languedoc Red wine - AOC - Vines: 50 % Grenache, 40 % Syrah, 10 % Cinsault
Domaine d'Eriane Languedoc red wine
P'tit Pithon by Olivier Pithon is a wine of pleasure to drink between friends, circle and cool.
Olivier Pithon Mon Ptit Pithon White wine proposes us a wine of pure greed with a lot of freshness.
Vineyard : Domaine d'Eriane Appellation : Languedoc White wine - AOC - Vines: 100% Sauvignon Blanc