Wine tourism

Languedoc is a land of vineyards and wineries. The different wine growing areas and grape varieties produce a wide range of wines to sample, giving your taste buds a treat.

In the South of France, the Languedoc wine growing area is the largest in the world,
stretching from the Massif Central to the Mediterranean.
Wine cellars and storehouses offer special tastings and discovery sessions.


    The landscapes that surround the small villages have been shaped by our great winegrowers.
    The vines of Languedoc are the oldest in France... and they are everywhere.


  • In Languedoc, the history of the vine is above all a history of men and women. Each one has put something of themselves into their wines. Eight videos will help you to learn about these masters of flavour.

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    In the South of France, Mediterranean cuisine is celebrated at festivals based around the vineyards and wines of Languedoc.


    Get to know the wines of Languedoc, from St-Chinian and Terrasses du Larzac to Minervois, Grès de Montpellier, Pic- St-Loup and the famous Muscats...

  • Discover our many AOC and IGP wines. Tastings, workshops, tours and interactive discovery sessions are all on offer. Visiting a wine tourism centre is a way to get to know, understand and sample Languedoc wines.

  • This online magazine shows the flavours of Languedoc exactly as you enjoy them. It features photographs taken by website visitors. Magical moments, gourmet pleasures.


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