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Maury is a sweet, red vin doux naturel style wine produced in the Rousillon region of France, at the foot of the Pyrenees. It is also the name of the southerly town in and around which it is produced, where the ancient Queribus castle still stands. The grapes used are Grenache Blanc, Grenache Noir and Grenache Gris, in red, white and rosé styles. These are made by adding grape spirit to halt the fermentation of the wine and preserve its natural sweetness, a style first developed in the 13th century in nearby Banyuls. These wines are often sweet and fruity when young, developing deeper flavors with cellar aging. 

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  • Macabeo

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  • Carignan

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  • Great stories about Chalk Hill and Fred Furth, OT. What prompted you to tell ... ... was the year of 'Go, Maury, Go!' and Wills' stolen base record, all related by Scully (plenty of Koufax and Drysdale that year, too, including one of Koufax's no-hitters, and Koufax getting knocked out by Mays and crew during the league championship series). N... Read More

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  • Duncan, was wondering if you ever go to smaller events, like this one? Have ... ... couple of Line and Paul Maury, who make a great range of wines from super value Viognier to fine La Clape red.Entry: £10.00 a head – but there will be 10% off all bottle prices for wines in the tasting, for all orders placed on the evening. You can buy your ti... Read More

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  • Red, it's context:  Pinot is supposed to deliver a certain kind of ... Tokaji, the sweet wines of Maury, but it doesn't really mesh well with other kinds of grapes and the RS in those wines is often a result of botrytis.I've had some much more expensive wines that didn't float my boat, and I could probably even name a couple that I would turn ... Read More

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  • I suspect Ms. Maury Baldwin was finding fulfillment via Big Jim the milkman.  I was looking at an old cookbook from the 70's that had poor colour photos of concoctions containing tuna and peas, served cold "perfect for luncheons".  Gag.  Funny how things change.  Remember when Airplane (movie) was hysterical?  Now I watch some things and realise... Read More

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  • (Okay, it's like throwing the basketball off the backboard to pad your ... ... ... and the contributor, Ms. Maury Baldwin, doesn't mind so much.  (Back then a gift of a fur coat got you a lot of slack with your wife, I guess.)  They don't make girls Friday like they used to.  Heck, they don't make them at all. (Tongue in cheek here.  Please un... Read More

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  • Yeah but the problem with dessert wine is that to be good it should also have ... ... Port and Banyuls and Maury and Malaga and the stickies from Australia don't often have sufficient acidity IMHO, which is why while they're good, as sweet wines I prefer botrytized wines. Were it not for the fact that Garnacha grows best in hot, dry places, i... Read More

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  • Welcome to our forum.Sauternes is called a desert wine;in fact it isthe king of ... south of France could be a Maury or a Banyuls which tend to have less alchol but more fruit.I am sure you will get plenty of other suggestions from Snooth members for your sweet too Read More

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  • Domaine Pouderoux Maury Vendage Mise Tardive 2003


    This bottle was part of a lot I bought on the website Maury is an AOC created in 1936 for fortified wines from 5 communes around the village of that name about 15 miles west of Perpignan and 20 miles north of the Spanish border.Most are red and made from the grenache grape Fermentation is arrested by the... Read More

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  • Emark - nice wines. Monbazillac isn't a region to be sneezed at. It's ... sherry, Rivesaltes,  Maury all make nice wines that nobody really cared about for years. The first two have had a bit of a revival, the second two are where you might want to invest now.BTW - crianza, reserva, and gran reserva are the designations used throughout Spain, ... Read More

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  • Cathy  You say you have problems getting sherry in France. However the ... their own fortified wines ie Maury and Banyuls.Have you tried them?  There are also Pineau de Charentes and Floc de Gascogne However these are all appellations from the south as opposed to the Loire vall Read More

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