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Red wines

Leading red wines from the Languedoc-Roussillon

Buy selected French red wines with a taste of the terroir

Languedoc Wineshop is proud to present its red wines from the Languedoc-Roussillon, specially selected from producers to give you the authentic taste of the terroir.  The Languedoc-Roussillon vineyard is to be found in four departments – Aude, Gard, Hérault and Pyrénées-Orientales – which stretch from France’s border with Spain, along the Mediterranean coastline, into Provence.  The area produces a wide diversity of French red wines that enjoy IGP, AOC and AOP Languedoc status, with no fewer than 18 Appellations d’Origine Contrôlée in the Languedoc and 13 Appellations d’Origine Contrôlée in the Roussillon. Each terroir is characterised by specific soils, climates and particular grape varieties, and so each produces its own unique style of wine.  We buy our red wines direct from the winemakers, and so give you the opportunity to discover and enjoy the finest French red wines at unbeatable prices.  Corbières, Faugères, Fitou, Minervois, Pic Saint Loup, Saint Chinian... these are just a few of the red wines from the Languedoc-Roussillon that we’ve chosen for you. 

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  1. Fabre Gasparets, La Serre
    €26.60

    Balsamic notes in mouth, tasty tannins and a beautiful length on notes of sandalwood and forest roots... This rich and strong and harmonious wine will seduce even the most demanding of palates. Learn More
  2. Château Jouclary - Cuvée Guilhaume - Cabardès AOP
    €15.00

    This red wine, AOC Cabardès, is the most ambitious cuvée of the estate: the aromas are exuberant, the texture is refined and creamy, with a fresh and well-balanced finish. A very seductive wine, good value for money. Learn More
  3. Château l'Euzière, l'Almandin 2015
    €13.00

    Full of charm, ripe cherry in colour with scents of ripe red berry fruit and notes of cocoa on the nose, rich and full-bodied on the palate. It is an excellent first step in the range of Pic Saint Loup wines from the Château l'Euzière. L'Almandin will make a good companion for grills, cold meats and cheeses. Learn More
  4. Château l'Euzière, Pic Saint Loup
    €14.20

    Un Pic Saint-Loup à la robe noire et aux reflets violines. Le fruité est intense, avec des notes briochées et poivrées. Un vin d'une grande élégance. Learn More
  5. Château La Baronne, Alaric 2013
    €24.50

    Made from old Carignan vines (1892) from the fresh terroir of the Montagne d'Alaric. Aromas of plum, pepper, toast and spicy oak on the nose. The palate is smooth, complex, and long on the finish with cask ageing of great class (12 months in Taransaud/Darnajou barrels). Organic culture. Ideal with rich meat dishes. Learn More
  6. Château La Baronne, Las Vals rouge 2014
    €24.50

    An exceptional Mourvèdre, amazingly harmonious with scrupulous precision, ideally ripe and mature...", Guide of the Best French Wines, 2011 edition. Learn More
  7. Château La Baronne, Les Chemins de Traverse 2017
    €18.30

    "Les Chemins 2009 is full-bodied, fresh and digest, harmonious with appetising notes of lime", Guide of the best French wines, 2011 edition. Learn More
  8. Château La Baronne, Les Chemins rouge 2015
    €16.80

    "The cuvée 'Les Chemins' 2008 develops the fresh aromas of high heathlands, suave, elegant with rich, enticing fruit", Guide of the Best French Wines, 2011 edition, 16,5 Learn More
  9. Château La Baronne, Les Lanes, Rouge 2015
    €12.00

    The Domaine des Lanes is an attractive, fresh Corbières, full of fruit and charm. Rich and appealing, to be tasted amongst friends with roast beef or grilled farmhouse poultry. Organically cultivated vines. Learn More
  10. La Baronne - Notre Dame - Corbières
    €21.00

    "With an opaque, blackish appearance not at all unusual for wines from the Lignères family, their 100% Syrah Notre Dame comes from a single chalky, gravelly plot and spend a year in barrique. Distilled fruit, fusil, and pungent notes of cedar, tar, and resin mark the nose. Brine, chili paste, resin, smoked meats, bitter-edged cassis and dried blueberries stain the palate. Chalk and brine underlie the somewhat bitterly-concentrated, black-fruited yet sassy and brightly tart finish." The Wine Advocate. Learn More

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