Lannguedoc-Roussillon Part II: Coteaux Du Languedoc

In my ongoing obsession…i mean…series on the Languedoc-Roussillon i will now attempt to break down the largest appellation in the area: the Coteaux Du languedoc. Within this huge appellation there are many communes making great wine butt here are a certain few that  set in stone on the American market.

Check out Part One if ya missed it

7 responses to this post.

  1. Hey Keith, when are you going to talk about the Terrasses du Larzac area? We have some producers making outstanding wines here, in a very small but special area of exceptional terroir that has its own sub-appellation. If you don’t know them already, you should check out the wines of Mas de l’Ecriture (you can access their blog and facebook page from their site). Salutations vigneronnes, as we say in France! Louise


  2. Excellent stuff – we’re huge fans of Picpoul in our house, and you really get the passion across. Keep up the good work and looking forward to part 3.


    • Posted by evwgnyc on July 31, 2010 at 12:48 pm

      I am sooo glad you are enjoying the series. I am currently editing part 3: ST. Chinian and Faugeres!


  3. Posted by Brooklyn Winery on July 30, 2010 at 4:18 pm

    Thanks for a great post! Need to pick me up some Picpoul!


    • Posted by evwgnyc on July 31, 2010 at 12:52 pm

      Hey! Love what you guys are doin in BK! Can’t wait to come by and see the place. Yeah Picpoul is legit! Oysters!


  4. […] Lannguedoc-Roussillon PART II: Coteaux Du Languedoc I tackled the largest appellation in the world hoping to shed some light on it’s many pockets […]


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