Languedoc is France’s biggest wine region, with a bit over 200,000 hectares. A quarter of the French vineyard acreage. It has a variety of climates and a matching
variety of wine styles. Vines grow both along the Mediterranean and in the mountainous inland. People are often amazed, considering the warm and dry climate, that also high quality sparkling, dry
white wines and even great pinot noir wines are produced here.
The mountains and the winds give cooler sites enabling the talented producers to make wines with startling freshness.
The Languedoc Roussillon Region remains an undiscovered gem filled with breathtaking coastline, some of France's best cuisine, rich Medieval history and
amazing architecture like castles, abbeys and cathedrals.