Languedoc-Roussillon

Frances largest wine producing region, Languedoc-Roussillon stretches from the Spanish border in the South-West to the Rhone Valley in east

Languedoc-Roussillon

Frances largest wine producing region, Languedoc-Roussillon stretches from the Spanish border in the South-West to the Rhone Valley in east
A wonderfully aromatic smooth dry white.
Availability: 51
£8.85
Availability: 51
Succulent, juicy fruit and spicy - a fantastic approachable wine!
Availability: 14
£8.75
Availability: 14
Moreish, rich and vibrant Merlot.
Availability: 33
£8.65
Availability: 33
Deliciously ripe fruit
Availability: 6
£9.70
Availability: 6
A great house rosé with plenty of character and finesse
Availability: 22
£8.75
Availability: 22
A serious Pinot Noir.
Availability: 20
£10.05
Availability: 20
Well crafted Pinot Noir from the south of France.
Availability: 17
£10.05
Availability: 17
Lively and peachy with a thread of acid which keeps things frais.
Availability: 12
£10.00
Availability: 12
Crisp apple aromas are complemented with a citrus edge
Availability: 25
£12.80
Availability: 25
This is characteristically fragrant, fine-boned and croquant, meaning “crunchy”.
Availability: 24
£9.90
Availability: 24
Bright, lemony and densely fruity
Availability: 14
£10.25
Availability: 14
A fresh take on Malbec, from the Languedoc rather than the Andes.
Availability: 2
£8.95
Availability: 2