Côté Terroir

+33 08 73 76 00 11 14, avenue Marcelin Albert
Perpignan, 66000
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  • From another thread:GregT: " Oh it makes my ears bleed. I need to go and drink a bottle of Sang de Cailloux"Dmcker: "So what's the 'terroir' for the blood of stones? Great naming for a domaine. Too bad you can't really get away with that type of name in English. Guess we have to suffice with 'Big House' or 'Suckfizzle' or '10 Minutes by Tractor'... Read More

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  • The Brilliance of Burlotto I recently had the chance to spend dinner with 4 wines from one of my favorite producers;; Commendatore G.B. Burlotto. Not only does Burlotto produce traditionally styled Barolo, but from some truly great vineyards. Their trademark wines come from the village of Verduno. Monvigliero is the pinnacle of their craft, but ... Read More

    From the article A dinner with the wines of Burlotto


  • I have been drinking wine for about 10 years. I was fortunate early on to be introduced to some very good wines. My wife's family really enjoys wine. Silver Oak, Cakebread, Fransiscan, St. Supery, BV and other mostly Napa Cabs are the standard at her family gatherings. Merlot was considered 2nd banana.Lately, the bride and I have been expand... Read More

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  • Heya, Snoothers! I'm taking myself on a 'lil gastronomical/enological tour of the general Burgundy region in mid-October, and am digging for tips. This is a trip devoted entirely to delights of the tastebuds - there will be no stop-offs at the Louvre - and I'll be driving, so off-the-beaten-path vineyards and restaurants are welcome suggestions!... Read More

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  • I'm new to wine drinking and have tried a couple of wines that were described as "mineraly". What does this typically mean? Read More

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  • Posted on behalf of a user. c9dp isnt my specialist area, so thought I'd turn it over to the wiser and larger crowd:ThanksPJ~~~~~~Do you have any recommendations for a Chateauneuf-du-pape? We love fully structured, complex wines. This one sounds up my alley, but also one that most would probably feel strongly about...positively or negatively. I ... Read More

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  • Californias Sierra foothills appellation spans across some of the least heralded great wine producing regions of the state. Unlike Napa and Sonoma, Cabernet Sauvignon did not serve as a historic touchstone here, though the history of wine production is almost as long. In contrast to the hype and glitter of newer regions propelled to fame by fadd... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Strike it rich in the Sierra...


  • Domaine Leroy Bourgogne Rouge 1999

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    this is a perfect example of what pinot noir and the burgundy region are supposed to be. and because '99 was a good year in the cote d'or, this village level vintage is outstanding ! not too much fruit, not too much earth, just the right balance of fruit/terroir, acidity, freshness, and temperament. whenever i serve this to friends and family, i... Read More

    Wine review by drj9797


  • I'm interested in expanding my horizons from American, Argentinian and Chilean reds to European reds. I recently tried Ch. Magdelaine 2002 St Emilion and I was disappointed. It was just "ok", much too mellow for my taste. Perhaps it is too strongly merlot dominated for what I typically enjoy(?) On the other hand, I've had two bottles of Cote... Read More

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  • Weird title right?Who pulls Beaujolais from the cellar you might ask. Well I do but I can't say I'm a leader in that field. In fact several of my friends have rather varied assortments of Beaujolais resting in the deep recesses of their cellars and through their generosity I have come to know the wonder of aged Gamay.Wines are strange beasts, th... Read More

    Forum post in the topic From the Cellar - Beaujolais


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