The largest vineyard in France, the region stretching from Nîmes to the Spanish border presents an incredible diversity of landscapes, grape varieties and types of wine, rich in a wine history that goes back to ancient times. In recent years, Languedoc-Roussillon wines have undergone a profound transformation that has allowed them to take a considerable qualitative step. Here again, a new generation of winemakers, often from other horizons and encouraged by some visionary precursors, has invested the region and is working to offer wines that express their terroirs, generous but balanced. The revaluation of local grape varieties, such as carignan, is part of this renewal. The whites have also grown considerably and now have more character and freshness.