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Wines of Roussillon

A New President for the CIVR

On July 3rd 2017 the General Assembly of the CIVR, Roussillon Wines Council, enacted the transition of its Presidency from Fabrice Rieu to Philippe Bourrier. A Catalonian native and agronomist, Philippe Bourrier has owned Château de l’Ou since 1998, a 100-acre organic vineyard that produces about 120,000 bottles a year...
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vinexpo

Vinexpo 2017

Vinexpo comes back to Bordeaux from June 18th to 21st 2017. A total of 2,300 exhibitors from 40 producing countries and 45,000 buyers are taking part of the 19th edition of this must-attend Trade show. 15 producers from the Roussillon region will be joining Vinexpo Bordeaux this year. If you...
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roses ambassadors 2017

Rosés Ambassadors

The CIVR has been organizing a selection among Côtes du Roussillon and Collioure DPOs, and Côtes Catalanes PGI rosés wines for 3 years. This year, 29 wines have been selected to represent the region as Roussillon Ambassadors. See the selected Rosé wines that are imported in the USA here. Offering...
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Immerse yourself in the Roussillon vineyards

In the South of France, between the Mediterranean sea and the Pyrenees, the Roussillon region offers 320 sunny day per year. The region benefits from a perfect geography conducive to the wine making of many vineyards, each of them having its own wine range, specificity, and personality.

Concours General Agricole: 2017 Roussillon medals

As every year, Roussillon wines participated in the Salon de l’Agriculture, the annual Agriculture Fair in Paris. Among the Roussillon educational tastings that were organized throughout the 9-day world famous fair, the Maury Grenat and Maury Tuilé garnered most enthusiasm from visitors. Roussillon wines also conquerred the experts of the Concours General...
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