Greeks, Romans and an assortment of Celts and Goths all had a role in shaping the vineyards of southern France. The area they cover is huge and the styles of wine impressively diverse.
After decades in the wilderness, these regions have often had to start from scratch and that pioneering spirit remains intact, forever creative. What's more, these are also regions that remain in touch with their consumers with rarely matched value for money.
These kind of wines are at the heart of what The Wine Society is about. We invite you to discover why they should be on your table this year.