A rising appellation from Languedoc, the Minervois nestles in the foothills of the Montagne Noire.
It is bordered to the south by the Canal du Midi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The vine has been part of the landscape for more than two millennia. Mostly red, Minervois wines are made from a blend of historic Languedoc grape varieties: Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Carignan.
Mediterranean soil, red wines always have a beautiful intense ruby or garnet colour. The wind is a mighty
The house is located at Tourouzelle, a Minervois wine-growing village. Beatrice welcoms you at home for a quiet stay.
Take advantage of the calm of its garden, planted with pines and pomegranates. In the summer, relax by the pool, after the tastings.
With Hugo, your guide, you ride on electric bike across the vineyard of Chateau de Paraza between vines and olive trees. The visit ends with a discovery tasting at Château de Paraza. The chateau was also the residence of the builder of the Canal du Midi : Paul RIQUET.
In an old cellar on the Canal du Midi port of Homps, take part in a tasting presentation of Minervois terroirs. After this presentation, the Minervois will have no more secrets for you.
Visit the cellar of the Château de Cabezac and enjoy a tasting of the estate's cuvées
With Elena, take a tour of the oil mill and olive groves in Argeliers. Taste the production of the farmhouse and end the morning with a picnic under the shade of olive trees.
Gascon cuisine lovers, this is for you!
For two days, we'll be revealing one of the world's most famous recipes: Foie Gras!
Supported by a team of friendly Gers women, you'll discover the secrets of how it's made.
Armagnac tasting is also on the menu. At the end of your stay, you'll receive a foie gras tasting diploma.
Galus is the Latin word for cock and is thought to have given Gaillac its name. The second hypothesis would be its ancient Gallo-Roman name Galhac, meaning fertile. Secret and majestic, fragile and powerful, authentic and contemporary, this land cultivates nuances... and loves to share them with visitors. Epicurean souls will feel the charm of a holiday in this "little Tuscany" of the Tarn, where you let yourself be carried away by the senses. A sunset over the rolling vineyards, a glass of Gaillac wine and... time stands still. You'll feel great!
The winegrowers of Gaillac have worked hard to rediscover the historic grape varieties of the appellation. Discover Braucol, Loin de l'Oeil, Duras and Mauzac, grape varieties that deserve to be tasted.
Corbières Boutenac and La Clape are the rising stars of Languedoc. In the regional hierarchy, they are on the top of the pyramid. Low yields, strict production specifications, regional grape varieties, wines from these terroirs represent the Languedoc highest quality expression.
Enjoy a gourmet break to discover the future stars of Languedoc before everyone else.
Discover the maritime Corbières between the vineyards and the sea. Here, the climate benefits from the mildness brought by the sea. The wines are finer and sometimes iodized. An original escapade in the middle of a grandiose landscape.