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Vin de Pays Catalanes Wine
Crisp, racy & complex, with lovely hints of citrus, peach, melon & a flinty, mineral edge on the luscious finish. Outstanding effort! 93pts!
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History of the grape: The grape has been traced as far back as the 3rd century in the Aragon province in Spain. The A...
History of the grape: Grenache Blanc is thought to be a mutation of Grenache Noir, more often referred to as just Gre...
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The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...
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"Lots of fruit flavors with a rich and velvety palate and smooth finish. Made with organic grapes" Read More
Opening with expressive notes of blackberry, cherry and cassis, this wine is full-bodied and rich. Hints of chocolate and espresso layer with spicy oak for added complexity. Read More
Get ready for a fun evening tasting 5 wonderfully aromatic Muscats06 Trimbach, Muscat Reserve, Ribeauville, Alsace, FR08 Robert Hall, Margaret's Vineyard, Orange Muscat, Paso Robles, CA07 Domaine Gardies, Las Cabes, Vin de pays des Cotes Catalanes, FR06 Grof Degenfeld, Muscat Lunel, Tokaji, Hungary08 Santa Barbara Winery, Orange Muscat, Santa B... Read More
These wines are superb. Tasted them when in England. The Vella Frontera syrah is perfect with big, gamey meats and the le Fetard, a grenache was great with our griddled lamb. If you can get some, try it. It may be possible to order direct from the producer so check out their website. I give them both 4 glasses! Read More
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Medium-bodied Chard. The hint of oak gives it a nice rich mouthfeel, but is not overwhelming. Delicate stone fruit and floral on the nose. Stone fruit continues on the palate. Found it went nicely with food. Read More
Had this at thanksgiving 2008. Far too young. Let breathe well before serving and it will still be a very fine addition to a light meal. Fruity and pleasant palate. Read More
Striking packaging. Blend of Syrah (60%), Grenache (20%) and Mourvèdre (20%) vines are grown in the foothills of the Cevennes between the Languedoc and the Rhône. Wonderful nose, gorgeous palate, complex but not heavy.http://www.spittoon.biz/brief_notes_from_the_top_100_v.html Read More