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Languedoc Wine Chateau – B&B Chateau de Valloubiere

A Languedoc Wine Chateau B&B set within a  vineyard in the Languedoc near Montpellier (34 Herault, Occitanie) – B&B Château de Valloubière

Chateau de Valloubiere

Chateau de Valloubiere

The air-conditioned en-suite  guest rooms at  Château de Valloubière are individually decorated and offer views of the garden. They each Free wifihave a free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV, and some rooms include a spa bath and a Nespresso machine.

The château has an on-site spa with a sauna, hammam and fitness area. A hot tub, terrace with sun loungers, and an outdoor heated swimming pool are also available!

A buffet breakfast is offered and evening menus accompanied by the château’s own wine are prepared upon request.

Ch Valloubiere wine label

Ch Valloubiere wine label

Here the wines are classified as Coteaux du Languedoc Terrasses du Larzac, a classic Languedoc red blend of Syrah and Grenache grapes, with the top Reserve cuvée aged in oak for 2 years – premium organic wines! . The chateau also produces white, rosé and sparkling rosé wines.
On-site wine tastings and visits to the cellars are offered daily.

The Chateau is in Saint-Jean-de-Fos amongst some of the best vineyards of the Languedoc

For more info/to check availability at this Languedoc Wine Chateau B&B see B&B Château de Valloubière

Valloubiere wines

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Situated to the north west of Montpellier, the Terrasses du Larzac vineyards are heavily influenced by the cool air from the high Larzac plateau, symbolized by Mount Baudile which peaks at 850m (2800ft). Geographically, it is pretty unique, with day/night temperature variations occasionally as wide as 20°C (68°F) i summer. This means the grapes mature slowly and steadily, resulting in the wines’ freshness and aromatic complexity.Terrasses du Larzac wine producers strive to get the best out of this great terroir, choosing grapes from the five Languedoc varieties (Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Cinsault, Carignan) so as to maximise the character of the many different types of soil (clay and limestone, ruffes, pebbles and shingle), each of which influences the grapes differently. Painstaking blending (minimum of 3 varieties) and at least a year of maturing, means the Appellation’s wines are truly unique. (www.terrasses-du-larzac.com)