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Wine & Food Tours of Languedoc Wine Region France

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The Languedoc - a fascinating and authentic corner of the South East of France where you can enjoy superb wines, extensive wine tastings, visit vineyards and examine grapes, partake in wine-making, and sample delicious local dishes and fine cuisine.

This is France and French wine and food at its very best.

 

The region - Languedoc - a history of wine

Languedoc has a very long history and colourful history with grapes and wine. The Greeks planted there probably the first vine in France. It was 500 years B.C. A long time before the Romans, although they dramatically improved the wine making process themselves.

The Languedoc Wine Region

The regional areas of Roussillon, Languedoc, Provence is one huge wine area stretching all the way from the Spanish Border, along the Mediterranean almost to the Italian border. It is one of the biggest wine growing regions in the world producing outstanding wines in a perfect grape growing climate and terrain that extends from the sea to the mountains.



REGIONAL LOCATION MAP

The Wine Regions of Languedoc

Languedoc wine region map


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Vineyard Tours in the Languedoc and Midi-Pyrenees Regions of South France

FINE WINE TOURS with Angus Longstaff covers the whole of Languedoc and Midi-Pyrenees offering vineyard tours, private tours, wine tastings, chateau tours and specialise in the areas of Carcassonne & Toulouse regional vineyards

Faugères Fitou Limoux Minervois St Chinian Coteaux du Languedoc Cabardes Cotes de Malpère Cartagéne (vin de Liqueur) Costières de Nimes St Drézéry Pic St Loup La Mejanelle Malpere Muscat de Mireval Mucat de Frontignan Gres De Montpellier Terrase du Larzac Montpeyroux St Saturnin St Georges D'Orques Corbieres Rivesaltes

The FINE WINE TOURS programme includes:
  • Food and wine tasting tours
  • Private Bespoke and Gastronomic Tours
  • Single day or multi-day tours, either based in hotels or cruising on barges
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FOR INFORMATION & BOOKINGS: Languedoc@winetour-france.com



Wine & Food Attractions

What makes Wine Tours of the Languedoc just so much better? It is the South of France with its superb wines plus wonderful sunny weather, great climate, history, the Mediterranean, beautiful scenery, incredible food, fascinating cities and villages. The Languedoc puts in the centre of a fantastic region that will excite and interest any visitor especially those with a passion for great wine and fine French food.

There are countless numbers of restaurants with cheap and delicious menus, wonderful food markets in towns and cities throughout the Languedoc and every region has its own speciality. Plus Languedoc, nestled in the south of France produces a superb and extremely complex variety of wines.

For more temptations Languedoc FOOD & CUISINE ..

Huitres - Oysters

Attractions of the Languedoc Region

Mediterranean Sea Coastline

The Languedoc Roussillon bordering the blue Mediterranean sea has a host of seaside resorts .

Adge

Adge (near Béziers), much of the town is built from the black volcanic rock of Mont St Loup which dominates nearby “Cap d’Agde.

Cevenne Hills & Pyrénée mountains

The Cevenne hills bordering the northern side of Languedoc Roussillon are host to the Gorges du Tarn and the Parc National des Cevennes a walker’s paradise.

Carcassonne

Carcassonne is renowned for Cathar history and the Châteaux Cathars of the Minervois.

Béziers

Béziers for the Canal du Midi, built by Pierre Paul Riquet.

Montpellier

Montpellier has become the “capital” of the Languedoc.

Pézenas

Perpignan, Pézenas, Uzès have totally different identities and are all worth a visit.

Meze, Marseillan, Sète

The fishing ports of Meze, Marseillan and Sète are worth a visit. At Sète the Canal du Midi joins the Mediterranean via the Bassin de Thau - a sea lake.

Monuments

Abbaye de Valmagne and Fontfroide are 13th century cistercian abbeys, still intact. There is also the Abbey of Saint Guilhem.

Abbaye de Valmagne




TOUR PLANNING SERVICE

Need help in planning your wine and food tour of the Languedoc?

TourHelp available to assist you in getting the Languedoc wine and food tour that you want. All you need to do is send your request including details of your name, wine regions required, and travel dates & time available and we will send you a FREE ITINERARY PLAN

CONTACT: LanguedocPlan@winetour-france.com




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