Between earth and sea, the Languedoc Roussillon region invites you to discover its opulent heritage where wines, gastronomy, architecture and history are strongly connected.
The Occitania region itself has the most UNESCO World Heritage sites. Unique sceneries are everywhere; nature is preserved and offers continuity between landscapes and architecture.
While unfolding this immense vineyard, you will also discover the major historical monuments like the Pont Du Gard, the Canal Du Midi, the city of Carcassonne, the Arenas of Nimes, St Guilhem Le Desert, Cathar castles, the ports of Sète and Marseillan, the unique ponds and the breathtaking sceneries. These are the many incredible ambassador sites of our South.
Vines are omnipresent and have molded the region since ever. Cross this extraordinary vineyard and meet the people who have known how to magnify their terroir and offer you some quality products. Gorged by the mediterranean sun, our wines offer all a unique personality and merge into the multiple facets offered by the Occitania region.
Languedoc is the promise of the French « Art De Vivre », of a particular ambiance under the shade of the old monuments, of the several smells of the Garrigue, of the colorful farmers markets. A place where you will take time to enjoy your stay, to discover our local products, and to enjoy our omnipresent sun reflecting itself in our beautiful Mediterranean Sea.
Anchored in the oldest vineyard of France, near to the medieval village of St Guilhem Le Desert, the Appellation of the Terrasses Du Larzac overpowers taste buds and pupils. The omnipresent vineyard molds the landscape with vines, olive trees, little stone houses and old dry stone walls. The red wines of the Terrasses Du Larzac offer a beautiful complexity coupled with a special freshness and the systematic presence of the flavors of the Garrigue.DISCOVER
Between the Montagne noire to the North and the Corbières to the South, this land which owns fortified castles and citadels forms a natural path between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.
Carcassonne, capital of the Aude department, ancien Roman colony, is the only city in France which owns two monuments classified as World Heritage of Humanity: the Canal du Midi and the famous medieval city of Carcassonne. This territory offers five diverse wine Appellations as different as each other: Cabardès, Corbières, Fitou, Limoux et Malepère.