South West France

Often overlooked in favour of its illustrious neighbours Bordeaux to the north or the Languedoc to the east, the south-west corner of France is a wine lover’s paradise with a patchwork of eclectic appellations and superb value vins de pays, not to mention some of the heartiest French cuisine around. For big, structured reds, try Madiran and Cahors; or for fruity whites, the Côtes de Gascogne and Saint Mont appellations. And we mustn’t forget the unique Pacherenc-du-Vic-Bilh: lusciously sweet with a fresh touch.

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