Languedoc estate Mas de Daumas Gassac has successfully allocated the entire production of its 2015 red en primeur after a “extraordinary” reaction from international merchants.
Sud de France has used the occasion of its 10th anniversary celebrations to formally announce the extension of the brand to include products from the newly created ‘Occitanie’ region.
Winemaker Jean-Claude Mas is launching a special limited edition cuvée of his top red wine in a collaboration with Crystal manufacturer, Daum.
Recently opened Sardine adds a blast of southern European colour and flavour to the London restaurant scene. db finds beakersful of the warm south on its tidy little wine list…
Sudden hailstorms have devastated the vineyards of domaines in the Pic Saint Loup appellation of the Languedoc this week.
As connoisseurs look beyond Bordeaux for value, fine wines from less celebrated regions are coming to the fore – enter cult Languedoc producer Domaine de la Granges des Pères.
Masked members of the militant Comité Regionale d’Action Viticole (CRAV) have smashed the windows of a French wine co-operative and set its offices alight in a violent attack.
Eddie McDougall has collaborated with the Guibert family in the Languedoc to produce a new red wine blend from its Moulin de Gassac estate.
Renowned Languedoc winemaker Aimé Guibert, the founder of Mas de Daumas Gassac, has died at the age of 91.
Languedoc-based winemakers Charles and Ruth Simpson are about to embark on the second phase of their English sparkling wine estate development in Kent.
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