In recent times, many words have been written about the quality revolution taking place in France’s Languedoc. The plenitude of grapevines both young and old, a favorable climate, and much lower costs to entry for new winemakers has made for a vinous cauldron, simmering with experimentation and quite often a great deal of success. Roussillon on the other hand is still largely seen as simply another one of the wine regions in Southern France which in this case, happens to be situated after the hyphen in Languedoc-Roussillon. Perhaps with the […]

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