In the Heart of Languedoc
The Languedoc wine region is France’s most extensive, covering three departments – Gard, Hérault and Aude. Its dry, hot Mediterranean climate is particularly well-suited to growing vines. Land-based winds like the Tramontane, Cers and Mistral sweep across the region, providing beneficial natural ventilation for the vineyards, whilst breezes rising off the sea are laden with cool air from the Mediterranean. The mosaic of soil types and sites woven into the region’s vineyard fabric create unique diversity in a land where vines have been grown since Antiquity.