The Languedoc in pictures

Among the many delicious dishes we enjoyed that evening was a silky langoustine that paired wonderfully with Bertrand’s new top-end, oak aged rosé, Clos du Temple, which aims to rival the best in the world.

We were also treated to a vertical tasting of three vintages of Clos d’Ora, the most impressive of which was the 2014, which showed exquisite poise, elegance and depth and has a long life ahead of it.

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