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Languedoc Wine and Food experiences

winefoodlanguedoc.jpgThe Languedoc is such a rich region to visit and explore – wine, history, food, glorious and diverse landscapes.

But to get the best out of it you can always do with a knowledgeable guide to help to discover the best – and that is what tour organisers Wine and Food experiences in the Languedoc propose. They offer “epicurean tours for all the senses.”
Their information-packed website offers plenty of choices – B&B accommodation, vineyard visits, restaurants – all of which can be tailored into a package to suit your preferences.

Our tours are geared towards wine enthusiasts who want to visit wine domaines and learn more about the wines in a relaxed, fun way. Rather than being a whistle-stop tour of numerous producers in one day, we take time at each visit to taste through the wines and chat to producers about what they do and why. Vineyard walks and tastings amongst the vines are also included in the itineraries so there is ample time to enjoy the stunning scenery as well as to understand the terroir that makes each wine unique.

As a flavour of what is on offer, the site includes articles and links to many of the best vineyards in the region – such as Chateau St Martin de la Garrigue  at Montagnac (34 Hérault, Languedoc) in the Coteaux du Languedoc (who also produce the crisp white Picpoul de Pinet); Antech in Limoux (11 Aude, Languedoc) ( who call themselves Maistres Blanquetiers – Master Blanquette producers – the “oldest” sparkling wine in the world made from the Mauzac grape: and Domaine l’Hortus at  Valflaunès (34 Herault, Languedoc) in the Pic St Loup appellation

For more info see www.wine-food-languedoc.com

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