While not Burgundy, Languedoc is one of the more complex regions in Southern France what with about 25 appellations covering its lands. Given that it’s about 140km long, there’s often a manner of talking about it as “vast” which was indeed not an improper description a few decades ago due to its being the main “wine lake” in France. It’s perhaps also seen as a bargain hunter’s dreamland due to the rather nebulous/massive Pays d’Oc and Languedoc appellations. But, within these wide nets, there are plenty of pockets from which […]
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