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Languedoc wine grows in 3 french departments

These departments are Aude, Gard and Hérault. Looking at a map, it stretches from the south west of Nîmes with the Pic-Saint-Loup and the Saint-Drézery to the south of Gruissan with the last Mediterranean vines of Fitou and the Corbières. The Greeks were the first to cultivate the vine with the establ...

Languedoc wine grows in 3 french departments

These departments are Aude, Gard and Hérault. Looking at a map, it stretches from the south west of Nîmes with the Pic-Saint-Loup and the Saint-Drézery to the south of Gruissan with the last Mediterranean vines of Fitou and the Corbières. The Greeks were the first to cultivate the vine with the establishment of their counters then the Romans took over. For a long time, Languedoc wines were associated with poor quality wines. The quality efforts made by winegrowers from the beginning of the 1970s are now yielding fabulous results. The arrival of noble grape varieties such as Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay associated with the traditional grape varieties of the region Carignan, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Grenache, Muscat as well as the great variety of climates and terroirs have raised the general quality of the wines of the Languedoc. It suffices to mention the Priory Saint Jean de Bébian, Puech Haut, the Domaine Borie de Maurel, Canet Valette or the wines of Gérard Bertrand to be convinced of the immense leap forward that this vineyard has made in the space of 30 years. A Fitou, a Faugères, a Saint-Chinian or a Minervois now have their place on the most beautiful tables in France and around the world.

A Languedoc wine is often a remarkable price / pleasure ratio

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