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Traditionally the Languedoc is a region of red wines. With the exception of Clairette du Languedoc, all the early appellations concentrated on red and tended to ignore white wine. St. Chinian and Faugères were appellations for red wine in 1982, whereas their white counterparts were not created until 2005. In the extensive Coteaux du Languedoc, Picpoul de Pinet was recognized as a small pocket of white wine, and indeed became an appellation in its own right in 2005 La Clape, another coastal appellation, has also developed a distinctive identity for its white wines, depending on the maritime influence as well as a grape variety, Bourboulenc, that is rarely grown elsewhere in the Languedoc. But such has been the emphasis on red wines, that the two most recently created appellations, Pic St Loup and Terrasses du Larzac, are for red wine only, despite the fact that those vineyards are amongst the...

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