Our Seasonal Treasures,
or a new way of visiting the South of France and discovering its wines.
This page details the experiences we have designed for you across the vineyards of Languedoc, Roussillon and the Rhone Valley. Make the most of your weekend or your holiday to explore the world’s largest wine tourism space with us. Indulge in its lifestyle and its wine culture. Go meet the men and women who make its wines to fully understand what they do and how passionate they are, and to listen as they tell you some of their secrets…
Our seasonal Treasures
Weekend Foie Gras cooking course in the Gers
Gascon cuisine lovers, this is for you!
For two days, we'll be revealing one of the world's most famous recipes: Foie Gras!
Supported by a team of friendly Gers women, you'll discover the secrets of how it's made.
Armagnac tasting is also on the menu. At the end of your stay, you'll receive a foie gras tasting diploma.
Découverte des cépages oubliés du Vignobles de Gaillac
Galus is the Latin word for cock and is thought to have given Gaillac its name. The second hypothesis would be its ancient Gallo-Roman name Galhac, meaning fertile. Secret and majestic, fragile and powerful, authentic and contemporary, this land cultivates nuances... and loves to share them with visitors. Epicurean souls will feel the charm of a holiday in this "little Tuscany" of the Tarn, where you let yourself be carried away by the senses. A sunset over the rolling vineyards, a glass of Gaillac wine and... time stands still. You'll feel great!
The winegrowers of Gaillac have worked hard to rediscover the historic grape varieties of the appellation. Discover Braucol, Loin de l'Oeil, Duras and Mauzac, grape varieties that deserve to be tasted.
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An opportunity to discover a wine estate, a terroir, participate in a tailor-made tasting, a daily wine tour
A rising appellation from Languedoc, the Minervois nestles in the foothills of the Montagne Noire.
It is bordered to the south by the Canal du Midi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The vine has been part of the landscape for more than two millennia. Mostly red, Minervois wines are made from a blend of historic Languedoc grape varieties: Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Carignan.
Mediterranean soil, red wines always have a beautiful intense ruby or garnet colour. The wind is a mighty
Corbières - Sea - Sun and Wine
Discover the maritime Corbières between the vineyards and the sea. Here, the climate benefits from the mildness brought by the sea. The wines are finer and sometimes iodized. An original escapade in the middle of a grandiose landscape.
Montpellier Folies wine tour
Montpellier has been renowned for its faculty of medicine since the 14th century. This tradition of science has continued until today. It is here that the most brilliant researchers invented viticulture and modern oenology. Around the School of Agriculture, Montpellier has built up over time the largest center of wine research in the world. The terroirs of Grès de Montpellier, Saint Georges d'Orques, Saint Drézéry and Méjanelle are among the oldest in Languedoc. Over the centuries, the rich aristocrats and doctors of Montpellier have built superb wine castles on these terroirs. They called them their folies (that meands in french crazy, you should understand why when you visit it).