AOC Saint Chinian

 AOC Saint Chinian 

The Saint-Chinian is a French wine, from the Languedoc-Roussillon wine region of France. It is usually a blend of several grape varieties, and produced in red, rosé, and white versions. Since 1982, the name is protected by an appellation d’origine contrôlée (AOC, "controlled designation of origin"). Its terroir was named after the nearby village of Saint-Chinian. Saint-Chinian is considered to be the oldest winemaking area in the old Languedoc region of France as the vineyards have been cultivated since ancient times. The vineyards were developed during the Roman presence in France, notably at the time of the development of the Via Domitia, the first Roman road to link Gaul and Hispania. The wines produced at the time were exported in ceramic vases known as amphoras, across the Mediterranean Sea, and were very much appreciated in Rome. They are mentioned by Cicero and Pliny the Younger in their stories.


Region: Occitanie
City: Saint-Chinian

Distance: 25.23 km
Elevation Gain: 248 m
Elevation Loss: 240 m
Difficulty: 196 (Easy)
FIETS Index: 0.2 FIETS
Avg Grade: 4.68 %
Max cat climb: 3
Min elevation: 60 m
Max elevation: 226 m
Ride Category: Rollers

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