Discover a Vineyard in Languedoc Roussillon with Delices and Gourmandises
Languedoc Roussillon is one of the most famous vineyards in France. It is the number one wine table producer in that part of the world. Furthermore, it produces various IGP and AOC wines. Delices and Gourmandises will help you discover this long-lasting vineyard region and its rejuvenated fame.
Languedoc Rousillon: A familiar vineyard to Delices and Gourmandises
About 89000 ha in the south of France, under a Mediterranean climate, covering many departments such as Aude, Gard, Herault, and the Pyrénées-Orientales, are dedicated to the production of AOC wines in the vineyard of Languedoc Roussillon.
Vineyards in that particular region produce red, dry white, sweet white, and natural sweet wines. It is also possible to find sparkling wine such as Blanquette de Limoux which is the oldest sparkling wine in the world.
Languedoc Roussillon used to be known for producing low quality wines. However, products from that region have become more appreciated by wine lovers due to the grape variety known under the trade name Pays d’oc. These products are also cultivated close to AOC vineyards. This particular grape variety has a high return and yield fresh and light wines with fruity taste that you can easily find at Delices and Gourmandises.
Wines from Languedoc Roussillon Vineyards are available at Delices and Gourmandises wine cellar
The following wines from Languedoc Roussillon have been specifically selected by Oenologists from Delices and Gourmandises for you to enjoy.
Cabernet Sauvignon Les Estampilles with a delicate aroma and the Merlot Les Estampilles with fruity taste are perfect accompaniment to red meat and any country style buffets. On the other hand, the well-known Pays d’Oc Rouge La Caresse Merlot is best paired with a cassoulet or beef stew.
For light recipes like quiche, salted pie, pissaladière or whitefleshed fish, you can choose the Tibérius Blanc Pays d’Oc blanc En rosé. It will give an extra savor to your barbecues. The Chardonnay Réserve Saint-Martin is best if consumed fresh as an appetizer or accompaniment to fish, salads and cheese.