On Tuesday, October 25th 2011, 18 Roussillon producers came from the region to present their wines to the New-York market. The selection included dry, red, white and rosé wines, as well as the region’s famous fortified sweet wines, Vins Doux Naturels.
On Friday, November 4th 2011, 10 wines from Roussillon were featured in the 3rd edition of “Around the World in 80 Sips”. More than 700 consumers got the chance to discover the fabulous wines from the region including wines from the appellations Collioure, Côtes du Roussillon, Côtes du Roussillon Villages,... Read More
You don’t need a special occasion to enjoy Roussillon wines – they go great with the dishes you love, from classic American comfort food to the hottest trends. Check out our new page, pairing your favorites with the quality wines of the Roussillon. And for those of you with a... Read More
A gift of sunlight in the heart of winter. The first Muscat of the year is a young, fresh wine that goes hand in hand with the enchantment of Christmas. Its distinguished pale golden color and delicate aromas of citrus, white peach, mango, rose, lychee and mint all entice you... Read More
France’s Roussillon region is known for dessert wines – to the extent that it’s known at all. Yet it’s becoming a source for bottlings that compare to the world’s best reds, thanks to visionary winemakers like California’s Dave Phinney. Download the full Press Release
Most Americans know that Languedoc-Roussillon is somewhere in the south of France but where, exactly? While consumers may have toted home bottles—generally good values—from this region, most would ﬁ nd it about as easy to place on a map as Tajikistan. On a recent trip, THE TASTING PANEL not only experienced ﬁ... Read More