The 2000 vintages delivers robust reds at bargain prices
Issue: July 31, 2003
For hearty, pure-tasting reds at affordable prices, few regions in the world are as exciting these days as the large swath of vineyards in southern France known collectively as Languedoc-Roussillon. From the Spanish border in the west to the Rhône River delta in the east, pioneering vintners are helping push quality to new heights on France's winemaking frontier.
For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands July 31, 2003.