languedoc

Languedoc – Roussillon wine, including the vin de pays labeled Vin de Pays d’Oc, is produced in southern France. While “Languedoc” can refer to a specific historic region of France and Northern Catalonia, usage since the 20th century (especially in the context of wine) has primarily referred to the northern part of the Languedoc-Roussillon région of France, an area which spans the Mediterranean coastline from the French border with Spain to the region of Provence. The area has around 700,000 acres (2,800 km2) under vines and is the single biggest wine-producing region in the world. It is responsible for more than a third of France’s total wine production. As recently as 2001, the region produced more wine than the entire United States.

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Clos Marie, L’olivette – 2010


Clos Marie, L’olivette – 2010
 comes from Christophe Peyrus’ family vineyard. Inspired by some of France’s greatest winemakers, his winery, situated in the village of Lauret, north of Montpellier, is...

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Clos Marie, L’olivette – 2010


Clos Marie, L’olivette – 2010
 comes from Christophe Peyrus’ family vineyard. Inspired by some of France’s greatest winemakers, his winery, situated in the village of Lauret, north of Montpellier, is...

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Domaine Gauby Calcinaires 2010 Rouge

Domaine Gauby Calcinaires 2010 Rouge hails from the Gauby estate in southwest France, near Spain. This oaky red wine has a hint of ripe cherries and is particularly delicious for...

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Les calcinaires 2010

Domaine Gauby Calcinaires 2010 Rouge

Domaine Gauby Calcinaires 2010 Rouge hails from the Gauby estate in southwest France, near Spain. This oaky red wine has a hint of ripe cherries and is particularly delicious for...

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Les calcinaires 2010