Languedoc


Our Languedoc Wineries


Château Pech Redon

« I like to feel that La Clape has made me. The strength of the terroir has taught me modesty. He is the one who decides and makes his mark. The winemaker is only an artisan who makes shine what Mother Nature wants to give us. Year after year I gained some serenity. And little by little it came upon me that I had to respect this wil ...

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Clos du Serres

Sébastien Fillon was born in the Loire and first worked as an engineer. At 30, he switched careers and became a winemaker. In 2006, Sébastien and his wife Béatrice bought Domaine le Clos du Serres in the relatively new Terrasses du Larzac appellation. ‘Serres’ translates as ‘hills’ in Occitan dialec ...

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Domaine Aigues-Belles

Domaine Aigues Belles was created in 1870. Just before 2000, Gilles Palatan decided, with the help of his 2 nephews Patrice and Thierry Lombard, to vinify his grapes instead of selling them to the local coop. This family-run domain opted for the cooperative in the years following the war. Vintage after vintage, Gilles has been ceaselessly impr ...

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Domaine Alain Chabanon

After studies in agronomy Alain crossed paths with one of France’s most talented wine producers, Alain Brumont, founder of the Château Montus at Madiran, allowing him to imbibe from his experience. At the end of the 1980s, Alain bought his first parcels of vines in the terrasses du Larzac and produced his first cuvées in 199 ...

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Domaine Cottebrune

Pierre Gaillard is one of the leading names of Côte Rôtie in the northern Rhone. The garrigues on steep hillside in Faugères were cleared and planted in high density with vines by Pierre in 2002. The vineyards are so steep that they need to work with a caterpillar, rather than a conventional tractor. Pierre's sure touch ...

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Domaine de Cebene

Leaving her native Bordeaux and the employ of Jean-Luc Thunevin, Brigitte Chevalier acquired a group of vineyards in a remote part of Faugères centered around a ziggurat-shaped hill at an elevation of 320m above sea level. This location affords a range of exposures from north-facing, to full southern exposure. Underneath these sites is ...

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Domaine de Mouscaillo

Domaine de Mouscaillo, created by Marie-Claire and Pierre Fort is one of the few independent wine growers in the small village of Roquetaillade, in the Haute Vallée de l’Aude. This région is influenced by both the mediterranean and Pyrennes climates. Pierre Fort’s first vintage was in 2004, and with just four hectares ...

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Domaine du Pas de l'Escalette

Le Pas de l’Escalette is the historic trail linking the Mediterranean plain to the high Larzac plateau. Sandwiched between the warming Mediterranean and the cooling northern mountains, Larzac is blessed with an ideal mesoclimate for indigenous grapes Carignan, Grenache and Syrah. That makes for a longer, tempered ripening season and grap ...

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Domaine la terrasse d’Elise

Xavier Braujou started his life as a woodcutter. But his real passion was wine. He started La Terrasse d’Elise in 1998. His vines and wines are cared for as naturally as possible, with minimum treatments in the vineyards, and with no fining, natural yeasts and very little sulphur used in the winemaking process. Xavier’s specialty i ...

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Domaine Le Conte des Floris

After a first career as a professor of computational science and four years at the French magazine "La Revue du Vin de France" (RVF) where he worked as assistant chief editor, this wine aficionado realised his dream in 2000 by settling down in Pézenas after a training period in Beaune. He is now in charge of a 7 hectare domain ...

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Domaine Montrose

Domaine Montrose is a family wine estate founded in 1701 when the "Three Lizards" coat of arms was given to the  ancestor of Olivier Coste. Montrose is located a few kilometers away from the Mediterranean sea, on the great "Côtes de Thongue" terroir. Olivier's goal is to create authentic and elegant wines. ...

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Domaine Sarrail

More than 2000 years of History have been witnessed by the medieval city of Carcassonne. It is a jewel of immense historical value listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Planted on the foothills of the walled city and blessed by an exceptional terroir, the Sarrail Vineyards act like the caretakers of these u ...

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Domaine St Sylvestre

Vincent Guizard became involved in viticulture from an early age, working in the vines with his grandfather and, in the late 1990's, he worked with Olivier Jullien at Mas Jullien. From 2003 to 2010, he was part owner of Domaine de Montcalmès. At the end of 2010, Vincent decided to break away from Montcalmès, taking his 7 hect ...

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Domaine Thierry Navarre

The estate is located in the southern part of the Languedoc, in the famous St Chinian appellation, and is run by Thierry Navarre, the third generation at Domaine Navarre. This is a 12 hectares’ estate on brown schist, surrounded by small Mediterranean trees, thyme and garrigue. Vines are grown in the respect of nature, natural cycles a ...

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Domaine Ventenac

The vineyards of Château Ventenac lie in the foothills of the 'Black Mountain', north of  Carcassonne. The climate here is an interesting mix of Mediterranean and Atlantic influences. Alain Maurel established his winery here in 1973, blending classic Bordeaux varieties with their Mediterranean cousins, Syrah and Grenache. Hi ...

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Domaine Zelige Caravent

Zelige = Moroccan ceramic tile like the vineyard forming a mosaic in the landscape. Caravent = Caravanserail - a roadside inn along the silk/spice route. Luc and Marie Michel of Zélige-Caravent began in 1999 with three hectare of vines in Corconne, a small village in the Languedoc, at the foot of the Cèvennes. Zelige-C ...

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L’Oustal Blanc

Claude and Isabel Fonquerle began farming Minervois La Liviniere in 2002, in partnership with oenologist Philippe Cambie of Chateauneuf du Pape. “While Chateauneuf remains the source of my orientation, Burgundy is my inspiration. The purity of fruit and the minerality in those wines is something magical. Think of Henri Jayer!”. Cla ...

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Mas Champart

Isabelle Champart and her husband Matthieu arrived in St. Chinian in 1976, from the north of France. Their estate began as a run-down house surrounded by 8 ha. They slowly developed their vineyards, and until 1988 they sent their grapes to the coop. Altogether they now have sixteen hectares. They bottle some of the most nuanced, pure, and deli ...

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Mas de Martin

Christian Mocci has left his native Corsica and a position as an history teacher to develop this estate from Coteaux du Languedoc. He has chosen to produce red wines with élégance, freshness and digestibility. Christian Mocci’s aspiration has been to make the best possible wine in the best possible way (low yield, bio-dynam ...

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Plo Roucarels

Plo Roucarels means small rocky plateau in occitan. It is run by two young and passionate wine makers, Julia Hubrich (from the former East Germany) and Julien Gil. This domain is located a few kilometers from the medieval citadel of Carcassonne, near the Pyrenees mountain range. The warm Mediterranean climate is tempered by some Atlantic ocean ...

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Roc d'Anglade

Rémy Pedreno is an intriguing guy; unusually for someone who is now so enthusiastic about wine, he did not touch a drop for the first 22 years of his life. He made his very first wine in 1996 from some bunches of Carignan, just enough for one barrel. And in 1999 he went into partnership with René Rostaing from Côte Rô ...

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