Stretching over a substantial area of land from the Massif Central to the eastern edges of the Pyrenees, the Languedoc Roussillon wine region is an amalgamation of different types of terrain, altitude, and terroir producing a wide range of quality wines since Roman times. The soils and climate of the area combine to make an ideal environment for vine growing, which is why the Languedoc Roussillon wine region accounts for about 40% of France’s total wine production. Because of this, there are many hidden gems to be found in this region from Vin de Pays producers as well as the more renowned AOC chateaux.
Domaine Auzias, IGP Rose Carcassonne, 2018There are hints of rose petal and red fruits on the nose, and a taste that combines power, breadth, and elegance to deliver a wine that finishes with a big grapefruity punch. An ideal wine to accompany appetisers, and a big hit at barbecues, pair a bottle with some grilled game for a special treat. Learn More