The Languedoc-Roussillon vineyard is located in the south of France. It covers part of the Occitania region, namely the departments of Aude, Gard, Hérault and Pyrénées-Orientales. Of these four departments, the vineyard has 228,000 ha of vat vines, 89,000 ha of which are cultivated in AOC. It produces a wide variety of wines: reds, rosés and still whites, sparkling wines, but also natural sweet wines.
The vineyard is very old and dates back to before the foundation of Gaul in Narbonne, which allows it to claim the oldest sparkling wine in the world: Blanquette de Limoux.
Languedoc-Roussillon wines, long considered to be of lesser quality, have experienced a resurgence in popularity among consumers since the advent of varietal wines (single variety) (mostly marketed under the name pays-d'oc) in the 1980s.
Our selection includes the best wines from the Languedoc region available.