The Lavagnac estate sits within the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France, between the warm waters of the Mediterranean and the rolling vineyards of the world’s largest wine-producing region. This is the 'real south of France' - a world away from the excesses of the Côte d'Azur - a region of 'working' (rather than 'tourist') villages and fishing ports.
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Languedoc is also a region of contrasts. The rugged 'Camargue' region, with its red lakes, pink flamingos, white horses and black bulls. The youthful buzz of Montpellier. The clash of Roman ruin and modern architecture in Nîmes. The leafy tranquility of the Canal du Midi, and soaring drama of the snow-capped Pyrénées.