Languedoc White Wine
As the largest wine-producing region in the world, the warm sunshine, cool sea breezes and range of soil types has meant that Languedoc white wine is impossible to generalise. From exceptionally dry Picpoul de Pinets to expressive Chardonnays or mysterious Viogniers, you’ll always find a bottle to suit any occasion.
"Picpoul de Pinet may not be the undiscovered gem that it once was, so often described wistfully, when recounting tales >
We’re often waxing lyrical about the sheer value for money La Jasse’s reds offer; and in the summer months their rosé too. >
"The 2019 Barrique Blanc de la Jasse comes from vineyards in Limoux (which youll know it for its sparkling Blanquette de >
"A blend of Grenache Blanc, Clairette, Vermentino and Roussanne (part of which spends time in oak), it's full-flavoured, >
"The 2020 Blanc de Blancs de la Jasse is a real crowd-pleaser, being a neatly judged blend of unoaked Viognier and Chardonnay. >