Languedoc-Roussillon part I: A Crash Course History

I have been honored to be a part of movement called Sud De France which promotes and celebrates the wines of Southern France. I have always loved these wines and figured I would put that passion on video. Here is the first installment of the Langudoc-Roussillon series. It is a crash-course history of the region. I will continue next week with specifics on the various appellations and microclimates of the area. ENJOY!

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6 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Louise Hurren on July 3, 2010 at 10:55 am

    Way to go! Keep on sharing that Languedoc love, and bringing it to the people. I use facebook and twitter to communicate about the wonderful world of Languedoc-Roussillon wine, feel free to follow, comment, help spread the word. Best wishes, Louise Hurren http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=530080796
    @louisehurren

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    • Posted by evwgnyc on July 4, 2010 at 9:19 pm

      Thanks for reading! Tell your friends! I want to get this info out to as many people as possible! Thanks again!

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  2. Great stuff – you’ve made the wines of L-R very exciting for newbies. Keep up the good work and we’re looking forward to part two.

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  3. hi
    welcome in Languedoc
    during your trip in Languedoc i can propose you one B&B in our estate Mas de l”Angrola in Sérignan located in the center of wine producting area .
    i am also in wine business ,as cork supplier ,and i know many good spots in that country
    best regards Guy

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  4. […] Languedoc-Roussillon PART I: A Crash Course History I gave a general history and flavor of the place. It’s importance in the France wine culture, […]

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