Perfectly located in the south of France, now part of the Occitanie region, the Languedoc-Roussillon province is a unique wine destination.
The Greeks were the very first to start planting vines in the 5th century, followed by the Romans. Languedoc has been long known to be the biggest wine producing region in France blending poor quality wines. In the early 1970’s, the region saw a dramatic shift, noble grape varieties were planted and young winemakers specialised in quality wines.
Here is a list of our top spots in the region and must visit towns, historic, foodie and wine sites: