The Clairette du Languedoc appellation, nestled in the heart of the Hérault, is the smallest appellation in Languedoc but also one of the oldest since it was recognised in 1948 by the INAO (Institut National des Appellations d' Origine).

The Clairette du Languedoc appellation, produced from a single grape variety - the Clairette Blanche - covers 11 communes: Adissan, Aspiran, Le Bosc, Cabrières, Ceyras, Fontès, Lieuran-Cabrières, Nizas, Paulhan, Péret, Saint-André-de-Sangonis.

It is a quiet white wine produced in dry, mellow, rancio and liqueur.

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Discover an exceptional appellation

Carte Clairette Du Languedoc

Clairette Grains
A tradition since 2000 years Clairette du Languedoc wines exist so to speak, for as long as I can remember.
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A terroir in the heart of Hérault Clairette du Languedoc is today the smallest appellation of the AOC Languedoc.
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Passionate and supportive Winegrowers

After the efforts of a few winegrowers, Clairette du Languedoc was recognised as a registered designation of origin on 28 September 1948. Today, a handful of winegrowers continue to produce wine, firmly determined to restore the Clairette du Languedoc to its former glory.

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