Dordogne/Bergerac Wine

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Bergerac is a region in southwest France. Mostly Bordeaux varieties are used here, both for red and white wines, though more exotic varieties such as Fer and Merille for red and Ondenc, Chenin Blanc, and Ugni Blanc for white are also used. In addition to these Bordeaux-style dry red and white wines, there is also a confusing web of appellations that produce botrytized sweet wine. Of these, Monbazillac is the best known, but all can represent excellent value, due in large part to their obscurity.
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  • Chateau Belingard Bergerac Rose France Bordeaux Red 2013


    Nothing special here for a French rose. Subtle hints of unripe strawberry, a touch of lime and a little bright red cherry. There's some decent acidity but a fairly short finish on a light weight frame. Read More

    Wine review by vin0vin0

  • La Cave d'Augustin Florent Monbazillac 2010


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    Wine review by sfquixote

  • Gérôme et Dolorès Morand-Monteil Merlot Blend Pécharmant Château Terre Vieille 2005


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    Wine review by Frenzy

  • Montravel Comtesse de Segur Chateau Laulerie 2009


    60% Merlot, 30% Malbec, 10% Cabernet Franc Big aromatic of black currant, plum, and mulberry greet the nose underpinned by notes of candied violets, licorice, and dried rosemary with just a hint of vanilla adding sweetness. Opulent and smooth. This has a graceful richness to it, sweet herb studded blackberry fruit coats the palate supported by... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

  • Duc de Berticot Cotes de Duras 1990


    I bought this bottle of wine in an auction [] and as I was the only bidder I got it for only one pound. I was pleased as the bottle had obviously been cellared properly with the fill well into the neck. The Cotes de Duras is an AOC established in 1937 [ although wine production in the area goes back many ... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906

  • Pecharmant Château le Charmeil Bergerac Red 2007


    Very Good Red with Artisanal sausages from Brantome Read More

    Wine review by Le Canadien

  • Chateau Haut Sarthes Bergerac Rose 2012


    This Rosé was made from the grape blend much like you find in a Red Bordeaux, and true to my experience, it was a heavier Rosé than I prefer when reading a book. The wine actually caused me to perspire when consuming outdoors on a relatively cool summer evening. Maybe the more noticeable tannins? Nothing wrong with the color/aroma/taste/finish, ... Read More

    Wine review by raindance

  • Seigneurs de Bergerac Bergerac Sec 2005


    I had the 2009 vintage and was very impressed. It is light and fruity and very good. Read More

    Wine review by rclements15

  • Les Hauts de Riquets Diablerie Cotes de Duras 2010


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    Wine review by birdrockwine

  • Monbazillac 2006


    This wine has a beautiful amber color. This is an almost balanced wine, with a little too much alcohol in the nose, and a delicious touch of honey in the mouth. It also has a short aftertaste. Regardless of a few minor faults, it awaked my interest in botrytized wines. Great with fresh cheese. Read More

    Wine review by alanb1108

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