The Languedoc-Roussillon vineyard, set in the four departments – Aude, Gard, Hérault and Pyrénées-Orientales – that run along France’s Mediterranean coast from Spain to Provence – produces a remarkable diversity of French sweet wines that are well worth discovering. Some are rich, luscious sweet wines that are the perfect partner to desserts as diverse as chocolate tarts or poached fruit, others should be enjoyed as an aperitif, while yet others are an ideal accompaniment to savoury foods: goats’ cheese, foie gras, fillet of beef... Some natural sweet wines (vins doux naturels), such as Maury or Banyuls, are marvels which defy the passing of time and can be aged for many years. Exceptionally interesting, they will be excellent companions for special occasions. When you buy our wine online you can be sure of enjoying top quality and excellent value for money, as we select all our French sweet wines personally and with great care. Banyuls, Maury, Muscat de St Jean de Minervois and Rivesaltes wine ... these are just some of the discoveries to be made when you buy wine onlineat Languedoc Wineshop.
An attractive sweet wine from a well balanced blend of Viognier and Muscat. The intense nose develops scents of lychees and apricot which persist on the fresh, soft palate. Perfect with a fruit salad. Silver medal at the 2013 Millésime Bio wine exhibition. Learn More
Lagremas d’Aur (‘tears of gold’ in the Occitan language) was classified as an IGP Pays d’Oc because the Limoux Appellation does not allow sweet wines. Lagremas d’Aur is the result of a happy accident: the noble rot emblematic of Sauternes, seldom happens in Limoux, but 2016 was a great exception.