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Wineries of Languedoc-Roussillon

Jessica Antola The village of Magalas

Photo: Jessica Antola

This sunbaked strip of costal France, where the vineyards are punctuated by medieval hamlets and centuries-old cathedrals, moves to the rhythms of the harvest. Read the article

Themes: Road Trip · Food + Drink

Inspired by: France’s Struggling Wineries — by Sarah Wildman, Published Oct. 2007

Hotels (3)

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    Hôtel de Vigniamont

    In the heart of Pézenas, steps from the town’s lively markets.

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    Le Couvent

    A five-room inn with Modern art and an enormous collection of books, housed in a 17th-century convent.

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    Château de Murviel

    Crisp, clean rooms, with views of the medieval town.

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    Ô. Bontemps

    Once a butcher shop, now it has more than meat on its menu.

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    Le Pain d'Elices

    Classic Mediterranean tapas, in a historic town.

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    Domaine de l'Arjolle

    Open for public tours; also hosts multicourse wine-pairing dinners twice a year—book early.

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    Domaine Sainte Rose

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    Domaine Magellan

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    La Font de l'Olivier

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    Domaine la Croix-Belle

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    Domaine Bourdic

    Produces an excellent collection of Côtes de Thongue wines; every July, the Swiss owners hold a classical music festival onsite.

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