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An exceptional vineyard

Nicolas Boesch Articles Thursday, February 15, 2018

An exceptional vineyard  

The Languedoc vineyard alone sweeps three departments: Aude, Gard and Herault. It is on this area that we find both Appellations of Controlled Origin such as AOC Languedoc or AOC Pic Saint Loup but also wines from Protected Geographical Indications such as IGP Oc or the IGP Hills of the Moure.

With a surface area of ​​40,000 hectares, the Languedoc vineyard enjoys a great diversity of soils with a multitude of soils, climates and grape varieties whose different marriages make them unique wines. The contrasts are numerous between the rigors of the foothills of the Pyrenees and the Massif Central and the sweets of the shores of the Mediterranean.

Sales of Languedoc wines have been booming in recent years.

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The white wine of Languedoc

The white wine of Languedoc is quite solar and comes from a multitude of grape varieties such as picpoul de Pinet, chardonnay, sauvignon, viognier, roussanne, marsanne, grenache blanc, rolle, muscat small grains ... They can be very aromatic, but also very fruity or even a hint of wood giving sweetness, volume and spicy notes to the white wine of Languedoc.  

The rosé wine of Languedoc

The rosé wine of Languedoc is refreshing, fresh and fruity. Generally made from Cinsault, Grenache and Syrah grapes, the color remains fairly clear. The trend is rosé with pale shades. The aromas are usually those of red fruits, stone fruits and citrus fruits with nice acidities to emphasize the whole.

The red wine of Languedoc

The red wine of Languedoc is produced for AOC mainly Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre grapes. It is a wine that is generally fruity and structured in the mouth with notes of black fruits, spices, licorice and garrigue. A barrel aging can bring notes of mocha, roasting and smoke. Languedoc red wine from PGIs remains fruity with a greener and less structured structure. It can come from a single varietal or a blend of grape varieties such as merlot, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, syrah, grenache, pinot noir, cinsault, marselan ...