The Languedoc-Roussillon region is rightly famous for the world-class quality of its wines and ingredients. Did you know that 5% of all wine produced in the world comes from this region? That’s 1.8 billion bottles a year produced by 21,373 estates – a third of all wine produced in France.
Duck, goose, beef, lamb and delicious pork sausages are produced in this region, as well as terrific mussels, oysters and other seafood from the Occitane coast make this a truly fascinating region for food and wine lovers. Oh, and the local Lucques are considered to be the best olives in the world.
“From picking up fresh croissants at the corner shop in the morning to enjoying a leisurely meal in the sunshine – great food and drink is what makes this region very special.”