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The Languedoc AOC was created in 2007 and replaced the former Côteaux-du-Languedoc AOC. The appellation produces rosé wines that are constantly improving in quality. A terroir that is still very little known, but has nothing to envy to Provence.

Tout savoir sur les vins rosés Languedoc AOC


If rosé wine has long been associated with Provence, where it first emerged, the Languedoc region is in turn becoming a leader in the production of terroir rosé and is proudly proclaiming the colour!

Under the Languedoc AOC, there are some refined and complex wines being produced that are more than just "light summer wines". The appellation is trying to define specific specifications for its production and to structure the offer in order to meet the demand in a more qualitative way. Following the example of Domaine Puech-Haut, there are prestigious wines intended for gastronomy: top-of-the-range wines which naturally tend towards wines with great ageing potential. Among all the rosés, those from the Languedoc are complete, terroir wines, expressive wines developing a beautiful aromatic richness. A personality affirmed by this characteristic fruitiness, especially when the appellation plays the mono-varietal card.

Where is it located?

En 2007, l'appellation change de nom pour devenir l’appellation Languedoc, une vaste AOC régionale incluant, outre les côteaux d’origine, disséminés entre la bordure de La Montagne Noire ainsi que des Cévennes et la Méditerranée, presque toutes les aires d’appellations du Languedoc et du Roussillon. 

A regional appellation: but then what are its sub regional appellations?

Aude : La Clape, Quartouze

Hérault : Cabrières, Coteaux de la Méjanelle, Montpeyroux, Pézenas, Pic-Saint-Loup, Saint-Christol, Saint-Drézéry, Saint-Georges-d’Orques, Saint-Saturnin, Terrasses du Larzac, Côteaux de Vérargues

What are the main grape varieties used?

For red and rosé wines: Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Carignan, Cinsault

For white wines: Grenache Blanc, Clairette, Marsanne, Roussanne, Bourboulenc, Picpoul, Rolle


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Vins rosés du Languedoc, ils n'ont rien à envier à la Provence.


Appearance: The colour is a brilliant pale pink. Rosé wines of the Languedoc show an astonishing vigour which brings them closer to red wine.

Nose: They are distinguished by very intense floral (acacia) and red fruits notes.

Palate: Round, full-bodied, supple and smooth.

Service temperature: 8-10°C

Ageing potential: 2 to 4 years

Food and wine pairing: Excellent rosés to drink with charcuterie, stuffed tomatoes, calamari, artichokes à la barigoule, North African cuisine.

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