Languedoc wine: our selection of organic, biodynamic and natural wines
Vast, sunny, windy, varied in its geography, soils and grape varieties, the Languedoc is a rich wine region! Many winegrowers claim Today, the terroirs are typical of the region, thanks to meticulous work in both viticulture and vinification. Languedoc wines are powerful wines, full of fruit, spices and sunshine, an invitation to travel between the garrigue and the pine forest!
The Languedoc: an increasingly renowned wine region
One of France's largest wine regions, the Languedoc is a land of many emotions and a long way to come. From the east of Montpellier to Narbonne, the wines have long had a bad reputation, but today many winegrowers claim to be typical of their terroirs through meticulous work in both viticulture and vinification. From now on, and to see more clearly in this mosaic of expression, it will be necessary to count on 3 levels: theAppellation d'Origine Protégée (AOP) Languedoc, the AOP Grand Vin du Languedoc and finally the AOP Grand Cru du Languedoc.
The diversity of Languedoc wines
The production is globally in reds, then rosés, whites with some sweet wines and sparkling wines. The range of grape varieties is very wide: grenache, syrah, carignan, mourvèdre and cinsault for the reds; white or grey grenache, clairette, vermentino, viognier, among others, for the whites. Here are some of the winemakers you can find on Petites Caves : Léon Barral, Clos Constantin, Ludovic Engelvin, Julien Peyras, Le Temps des Cerises, Wa-Sud among many others (more than twenty!), do not hesitate to discover their natural wines.
With the selection of Petites Caves, you can discoverorganic wines , biodynamic wines andnatural wines from the Languedoc which will seduce you thanks to the exceptional work of the winegrowers that our expert sommelier has selected for you.
You can also find on Petites Caves our other French regions: Alsace, Auvergne, Beaujolais, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne, Corsica/Provence, Jura, Rousillon, Savoie/Bugey, South-West, Loire Valley, Rhone Valley and our foreign wines!