Occitanie wines

The Occitanie wines are produced in the three major wine-producing regions of southern France. They bring together the highest density of AOP and IGP appellations in the world AOP et IGP which are distributed between Languedoc wines, Roussillon wines et wines from the South West. In Languedoc and Roussillon more specifically, the Occitanie wines are determined by the variety of terroirs and their grape varieties well adapted to the Mediterranean climate such as Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre or Carignan. In the south-west, they express a character tempered by oceanic influences and develop typical characteristics often induced by local grape varieties such as Tannat in Madiran, Négrette in Fronton or Malbec in Cahors.

Tannat and Madiran wines

Tannat and Madiran wines

Made from the Tannat grape, Madiran has long been considered a rustic wine intended to improve Bordeaux. This is ...
The dry whites of Château Lastours

The dry whites of Château Lastours

Whether they are still wines or sparkling wines, white wines hold a notorious place in the Gaillac appellation. They stand out ...
In Vinum, amphora wine by Sarrabelle

In Vinum, amphora wine by Sarrabelle

Braucol is a local appellation of the Gaillac vineyard to name this south-western grape variety more commonly called Fer ...
Pelvillain vineyards: medals 2018

Pelvillain vineyards: medals 2018

With three terroirs, the Vignobles Pelvillain are now demonstrating their perfect mastery of winemaking and aging ...
Vignobles Brumont - Primeurs 2017

Vignobles Brumont - Primeurs 2017

The virtue of a winegrower is measured by his notoriety as much as by the fruits of the work accomplished throughout a ...

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