As the Languedoc rebuilds its hierarchy of appellations, there’s one name that’s likely to figure more prominently in coming years, and that’s Pézenas. Bottlings of red Languedoc-Pézenas have been permitted since 2006 but now the region is chasing full appellation status, following in the footsteps of Terrasses du Larzac in 2014 and Pic St-Loup in 2016.
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