Corbières: The Corbières AOC stretches from Carcassonne to Narbonne, from the Pyrenees mountain range to the foot of the Montagne Noire. More than a third of Languedoc wine is produced under this AOC. Since obtaining the AOC label in 1985, the 11 terroirs of Corbières have gained in vibrancy and reputation. Corbières is renowned for its elegant reds with good ageing potential.
Coteaux du Languedoc: The Coteaux-du-Languedoc AOC lies along the Mediterranean coast, from the Spanish border to Nîmes. There is a high variety of soil types, composed primarily of the hard limestone of the scrublands and slate soils. Despite the wide range of Coteaux-du-Languedoc AOC, the reds are generally well-structured and generous.
Minervois: Vineyards have been a feature of the Minervois landscape for over two thousand years. The Minervois AOC lies near the Montagne Noire, between the Aude and Hérault departments. It stretches from Narbonne in the East to Carcassonne in the West. This AOC produces mainly red wines that can be defined as soft and velvety with good ageing potential..