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Things to do in the Languedoc:   Drinking Wine and Making Wines:   Vinyards

  • Abbaye de Valmagne   Produces Coteaux du Languedoc and Vin de Pays. Cistercian monks were the first to plant the vineyards. Site includes product descriptions, a history, and pictures. [Flash required]
  • Abbotts   Abbot Sneyd Anderson makes modern-style wines. Features product descriptions, pictures of the winery, and a list of distributors.
  • Badet, Clément & Cie   Produces reds and whites using organic grapes in Herault. Includes product descriptions and a company overview.
  • Cave La Clape   Cooperative located in Coursan making Coteaux du Languedoc A.O.C. and Vin de Pays d'Oc. Includes product descriptions along with information about the winemaking and viticulture.
  • Chateau de Paraza   Produces regular and Kosher wines from Minervois. Includes product descriptions, reviews, a history, and information about the grapes and vineyards.
  • Château de la Tuilerie   In the same family for three generations, and a historic stop on the Regordane Way, the Château boasts 750 acres of orchard and 150 acres of vines.
  • Château de Montpezat   Located in the heart of the Languedoc, at Pézenas. History of the estate, its wines, and reviews.
  • Château du Donjon   Producing Minervois and Vin de Pays D'Oc from vineyards stretching out over the rural district of Bagnoles.
  • Château Moulin de Ciffre   Produces Faugères, Saint-Chinian, Coteaux du Languedoc, and several Vins de Pays. Offers product information and a company overview.
  • Château Rives-Blancs   Family-owned estate vineyard specialising in sparkling and white wines from Limoux. Describes the wines, vineyard, region, and family.
  • Clos Centeilles   Produces reds and whites in the Minervois region. Includes product descriptions, a company overview, and some magazine articles. Also offers weekly lodging.
  • Commanderie de Preïssan   Presentation of methods, wines, events. Ouveillan.
  • Cotes de Thongue   Vins de Pays of Cotes de Thongue. Winegrowers, produits, regional information.
  • Domaine Cazes   Located in the Roussillon wine growing area of southern France, this winery uses Grenache, Syrah and Chardonnay grapes, among others.
  • Domaine Lalaurie   Produces red and white Vin de Pays d'Oc in Ouveillan. Descriptions of the products, the estate, and the soil type.
  • Domaine les Bons Auspices   Over 60 acres planted. Presentation of the estate and a range of wines.
  • Domaine Mas Cremat   Makes red and white and sweet wines from the Côtes de Roussillon and Rivesaltes. Includes descriptions of the products and the estate.
  • Domaine Pain de Sucre   Presentation, methods, wines. Capestang.
  • Domaine Rozès Family-owned vineyard spread over forty hectares, the largest part being around the village of Rivesaltes in the Roussillon region.
  • Domaine Sainte Rose   Produces a range of reds, whites, and rosés in the Languedoc. Includes product information, harvest notes, pictures, a glossary, and histories of the domaine and region.
  • Domaines Paul Mas   Produces A.O.C. Coteaux du Languedoc and Vin de Pays d'Oc in Pézenas. Features product descriptions, a company overview, and a description of the Château de Conas.
  • Domaine Treloar: http:/  
    A boutique winery near Thuir in the Roussillon producing fine wines which combine terroir and New World techniques. Open to the public. Offering a range of services for wine enthusiasts and interested tourists.
    • One Block Muscat is a dry, aromatic, refreshing white wine with characters of white blossom and limes.
    • One Block Grenache is a fruity yet complex red with flavours of strawberries and pepper.
    • Treloar Muscat de Rivesaltes is a late-harvested, sweet aperitif and dessert wine. It has a beautiful floral aroma and a rich honeyed palate.
    • Three Peaks, Cotes du Roussillon is a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre with a light touch of oak. It clearly shows the terroir of the Aspres in it's refreshing fruit character and medium body. It is enjoyable now but will reward you more if kept for up to five years.
    • TAHI (tar-hee) is their top wine. It is made from the best parcels of Syrah, Grenache and Mourvedre grapes and aged in new and used Bordeaux barriques. It will benefit from cellaring between 2 to 10 years.
  • The Dominicain   Established in Collioure in 1926. Produces the controlled appellation wines, Banyuls and Collioure.
  • Les Charmettes   Languedoc and Pays d'Oc Wines in Marseillan. Presentation, region, wines.
  • Les Vignerons Beaucairois   A cooperative winery.

  • Les Vignerons de Gignac   Coteaux du Languedoc, Vins de Pays d'Oc, varietal wines. Presentation, products, prices.
  • Mas Gourdou wines   Domaine located at the foot of Pic Saint Loup. Contains product descriptions, pictures, and a company overview.
  • Saint Upery Estate   Family-operated winery in the Terrasses de Béziers appellation. Contains product descriptions, a profile of the estate, and a company history.
  • Vignobles Michel Gassier   Produces the Château de Nages and Domaine de Molines labels in Caissargues. Contains profiles of the company and winemaker, along with product descriptions.
  • Wild Pig Wines   Produces a range of red and white varietal Vin de Pays d'Oc. Includes product descriptions, along with information about the vineyards, grapes, and vinificatio


Minervois Wines Information centre. Château du Siran, 34210, Siran tel 04 68 27 80 00.


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