Saint-Chinian Wine

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Saint-Chinian is an appellation created in 1982 for red and rose wines [and extended to white wines in 2005] from 20 communes in Languedoc on the southern slopes of the Massif Central around the village of that name about 20 miles inland from the town of Beziers. 85% of production is red. The history of viticulture here goes back to at least the Romans

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  • Carignan

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  • Merlot

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