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Provence in a word: olives

After a long, hard day at work, what could be better than to sit in the garden and relax with a glass of wine and a bowl of olives? 209 more words

Food And Wine

MWG July 17th tasting: Lip-stingers?

A word of Occitan/French origin, piquepoul is usually translated as “lip-stinger.” The grape variety is reportedly so named due to its high acidity.

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Tasting Notes

Wine Tour de France: Discover the Pays d’Oc IGP

The 2014 Tour de France is making its way through the Languedoc-Roussillon this weekend. That part of the country, which encompasses  the Mediterranean coastline stretching from  the rugged Pyrenees mountains to Provence, happens to be one of the largest wine producing region in France. 303 more words

DC Life

Babyski in the Languedoc-Roussillon France - Sking for 3-8 year olds no experience necessary!

Situated in the South of France is The KITHAU centre established in 2003. It is located in the Languedoc Roussillon area, in Marseillan (near Montpellier), a village on the edge of the Thau lagoon this family-friendly holiday centre has a kite surfing school, wakeboarding, babyskiing & babywake. 128 more words


Highs and lows: Minervois

In matters of wine, less is often more. Not when it comes to drinking it, of course, but in producing it. That’s the lesson from France’s Languedoc-Roussillon wine makers. 189 more words

Food And Wine

Eat at the French Top Chef

Every single year, that is always the same story. We cannot help rushing in front of TV on Mondays’ nights to follow the fantastic Top Chef show where sweaty and exhausted cooks just stir themselves to cook up some dishes that look more like a piece of art than something you can actually eat. 284 more words

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