Languedoc Roussillon Region

The Boisset family, with its roots in Burgundy, France, has been making quality wine for two generations.

The grapes for French rabbit wines are sourced through sustainable farming in the sunny vineyards of Languedoc Roussillion region in southern France.

The Pinot Noir and Chardonnay come from vineyards in the western part of the Languedoc region, near Limoux, France. The vineyards of Limoux are situated higher than in surrounding regions, and we source our fruit exclusively from sloping hillside vineyards where the cooler temperatures of the higher vineyards provide excellent growing conditions. The days are sunny but not hot; the nights are cool but not cold.  The Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes are grown in the nearby Minervois, an emerging region known for quality where the warmer temperatures are ideal for ripening these varietals.

The Languedoc region stretches along France 's southwestern coast and enjoys a Mediterranean climate. This area is becoming increasingly known for good quality Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Languedoc is best know for producing hearty, ripe, and robust red wines and represents some of the best values in France today.

Map of Languedoc Roussillon Region

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