The Costières de Nîmes vineyards extend from the south of the city, covering a total of 12,000 hectares...

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Costières de Nîmes

The Costières de Nîmes vineyards, that date back to Roman times are among the oldest in Europe, covering 12,000 hectares south of Nîmes. The quality of these AOC wines—red, rosé and white—has continued to improve over the past thirty years, and Costières de Nîmes is now on the wine lists in the best restaurants. Drink with moderation!

Côtes du Rhône

The Côtes du Rhône vineyards with appellation contrôlée (AOC) status since 1937, are found in six administrative départements. Lirac and Tavel are in the Gard department. Tavel is known all over the world and has been called 'The first rosé of France'.

Perrier water

The Perrier spring is at Vergèze, only a few kilometres from Nîmes. Thus the famous bubbles sparkle in the name of Nîmes in glasses all over the world !