The Corbières wine sub-region is the largest to be found within the Languedoc-Roussillon region, covering the area from the Pyrenees to the shores of the Mediterranean sea. Gaining official AOC status in 1985, Corbières is spanned across 10,000 ha, which produces 400,000 hl annually. Corbières once used to have a bad reputation - however in more recent years the wine producers have started to develop and bottle their own harvests to create some outstanding wines.
Much like Languedoc as a whole, Corbières benefits from a micro cluster of independent passionate wine growers creating some really unique and exciting avant-garde wines. The Corbières wine appellation has a variety of landscapes and climates to experience, lending itself to its diverse production of wines. Clos Canos produce an intimate collection of Corbières wine to be found locally in well established restaurants and wine enthusiasts cellars.