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Our best Languedoc-Roussillon wines
The wines from Languedoc-Roussillon are cultivated on the most important vineyards in France and in the world. The wines present major varieties and differences and are becoming the best wines in the world. Discover our Selection of Wines from Languedoc-Roussillon.
In 1620, Bernard de Pennautier who was then treasurer of the Languedoc States, laid the first foundation stone of Château de Pennautier.
A few years later, his son Pierre-Louis carried on his work by hiring Le Vaux, the Versailles castle architect, and by entrusting Le Nôtre with the arrangement of the gardens.
In 1622, the young king Louis XIII came to the castle and left as a gift to his host, his travelling furniture. The Bastide Rougepeyre, which was a fortified house during the 13th century, and a forward position for the Lastours castles, was also Roger Pierre de Cabaret's residence, who indeed gave his name to the Cabardès appellation...
The soil of the Languedoc has had, since the time of the Visigoths, a rich history, a tradition, a specific concern with the vine and wine, and the culture of the olive tree.
Gerard Bertrand's vineyards are part of the Languedoc vineyard. They produce appellation wines and varietal wines highly representative of the richness and the variety of the greatest vineyard in the world...
Domaine les Mille Vignes
The Domaine Les Mille Vignes covers the three appellations of Languedoc, Fit ou, Muscat and Rivesaltes, over an area intentionally limited to 12 hectares.
Created in 1979 by Jacques GUERIN, who had many years taught viticulture and oenology, a short distance from Chateauneuf du Pape, The Domaine Les Mille Vignes is positioned in the upper segment of Languedoc wines in quality terms.