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Wines of Roussillon

CIVR supports Harpers’ Top 25 Sommeliers

Roussillon is proud to support Harpers’ Top 25 Sommeliers, an initiative designed to recognise and celebrate excellence in the on-trade wine world. The Top 25 Sommeliers will single out those at the top of the profession and acknowledge the essential role they play in bringing exciting wines to consumers. The...
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The plain of Roussillon

Centred on the city of Perpignan, the plain of Roussillon is the region’s broad, open heartland where vineyards rub shoulders with abundant fruit and vegetable farms and over a quarter of a million people. Here, the region’s three major rivers – the Agly, the Têt, and the Tech – make...
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Discover Rosé from Roussillon

Summertime, and thoughts to turn to Rosé. Roussillon, with its multitude of terroirs and grape varieties, has strength in depth. The result is Rosé fit for any occasion, from light and bright with red fruit characteristics, to more complex, weightier examples with Roussillon’s hallmark mineral edge. And, of course, for...
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Grenaches du Monde is 10!

This year’s special edition will take place from 4th to 6th May in the town of Olite in Navarra, Spain. Over 3 days, a hundred national and international professionals will taste, assess and judge around 1,000 grenaches to select the very best ones. In order to qualify, all wines must...
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Discover the Agly Vallley

The wild terroir of the Agly Valley oscillates between granite, schist and black marl surrounded by garrigue. It is sheltered by the Corbières hills in the north and by the foothills of the Pyrenees in the south. Home to complex wines with character where Grenache often dominates. The black soils...
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Indies Vox Pop

We wanted to know what independent wine merchants thought of Roussillon wines so we asked them! Read on for their top tips. Hannah Wilkins, owner of Vineyards Vineyards was established in 2005 in Sherbone, Dorset, and prides itself on selling fine wine (all sampled before hitting the shelves), trying to...
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