The white wines of the Languedoc-Roussillon are delicious and will introduce you to grape varieties you’ve never heard of and will never forget. Many of the winemakers we have chosen are innovators and believe in their terroir and small parcel vineyards. Avant-garde winemaking makes for refreshing and unique flavors.
Wines marked below with the green leaf symbol are certified organic by the European Union.
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100% Grenache Gris
Food Pairings: This is delicious with tapenade and grilled almonds as an aperitif or a favorite is with a creamy french cheese such as Brie de Meaux. And surprisingly it is a really good accompaniment to tagines!
IGP Pays D'Oc
25% Ugni Blanc, 21% Vermentino, 19% Roussanne, 19% Viognier, 8% Marsanne, 8% Sauvignon Blanc
An elegant blend of six different grapes, this white presents a soft, full and fruity palate with a refreshing, dry finish. The aroma is initially flinty then resolves into an appealing citrus flower bouquet. The domaine, Terre Des 2 Sources, is the realization of a dream shared by two couples — to find the best land and wine-growing environment and to craft exceptional wines.
IGP Pays d'Oc
50% Vermentino, 30% Roussanne, 20% White Grenache
This organic beauty is a blend of Vermentino, Roussanne, and Grenache Blanc from vineyards near the sparkling Mediterranean. The sea and the wild garrigue of herbs infuse the fruit and give the wine an aromatic complexity, creating a perfectly balanced, dry white wine with finesse.
Côtes du Roussillon
55% Grenache Blanc, 25% Grenache Gris, 20% Macabeu
This wine stood out among all others at a wine fair in Paris where our founders were making their selections! It is a delicious "connoisseur" white wine. A complex blend of rare white grape varieties, this is a very clean, refreshing and crisp white wine. This wine pairs beautifully with hard cheeses and all seafood dishes from shrimp salad to fish grilled with a lemon, butter and parsley sauce. It's also a favorite by the glass.
IGP Pays d'Herault
Viognier, Chardonnay, Roussanne, Muscat
In the glass, this Viognier-dominant blend is bright and crystalline. Rich aromas of stone fruit, white flowers and banana are balanced with notes of light pepper. A crisp opening finesses into a pleasant, medium body. The family-run winery practices Reasoned Agriculture, an approach to viticulture that balances farming and wine production with biodiversity, environmental and animal welfare, and the health of the surrounding lands.
52% Roussanne, 19% Ugni Blanc, 20% Vermentino, 9% Viognier
This easy to drink white wine is unique. A medley of white flowers, lime and savory biscuit aromas infuse this blend of Roussanne, Ugni Blanc, Vermentino and Viognier. The generous mouthfeel imparts refreshing acidity.
Vin de Pays de l’Hérault
20% Chardonnay, 16% Roussanne, 16% Grenache Blanc, 16% Carignan Blanc, 16% Chenin, 16% Petit Manseng
Food pairing: Lamb braised with mushrooms or truffles, veal roasted with fennel and sage, and seafood and chicken curries.
IGP Pays d'Oc
Food Pairing: Wonderful with seafood in cream sauces like Coquille St. Jacques in curried cream sauce!
IGP Côtes Catalanes
This organic Macabeu varietal expresses a complex floral nose with hints of white stone fruits. The palate is crisp and balanced. This family-run domaine was founded in the early days of the Languedoc-Roussillon’s wine making renaissance. The vineyards lie in a small valley where every one of the vineyard owners farms organically, so this wine begins with the purest fruit anywhere.
IGP Coteaux d'Enserune
A study in lush, floral debauchery, this organic Viognier tantalizes with a nose of citrus, lychee and lemon blossom and a fluid, lively mouth. In the hands of the owner and oenologue Stéphane Yerle, the viognier expresses masterfully. The wine is well balanced with just a hint of acidity to keep the palate alive and interested.
70% Grenache Blanc, 30% Roussanne
Food pairing: This wine which comes from “The Cathedral“ vineyard will bring you to your knees when served with Blue Cheese and Pear pastry appetizers; Roast Yuzu Chicken and Japanese slaw with Mirin Vinaigrette; or Tagliatelle of Wild Mushrooms.
90% Chardonnay, 10% Chenin Blanc
The climate where this domaine is located lengthens the ripening period of the grapes, which produces great flavor complexity. The cool evenings also give natural acidity or “freshness” to the wine meaning it keeps your palate alive. Aged in oak, lovers of white burgundy will be delighted at the wine, and the price!