There was a time when Languedoc-Roussillon was known as France’s “wine lake”, producing mass volumes of wine for the troops during the First World War. These past decades, this region has been producing world-class wine and oysters so tasty, they’re prized by chefs from London to NYC. The vineyards stretch from the hills down to the Mediterranean Sea. It also just so happens to be the birthplace of sparkling wine. It is here that Seigneurie de Peyrat, one of the region’s top wine-makers, has its vineyard. These are the vines you can see from your terrace. Learn everything there is to know about the art of wine-making, harvest grapes during the vendange, go on a wine-tasting tour, or simply order a bottle before tucking into a platter of oysters.