What sort of wine region is the Languedoc-Roussillon?

The Languedoc-Roussillon, located in the south of France along the Mediterranean coast is one of the world’s largest winemaking regions. Winemaker Emmanuel Pageot of Domaine Turner Pageot gives a 10,000 ft overview of the region and some of the climates where wine grapes grow. Ask a Winemaker talked with Emmanuel in Chicago at Red and White Wines and on location in Gabian, France.

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