Côté Terroir

+33 08 73 76 00 11 14, avenue Marcelin Albert
Perpignan, 66000
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  • I am always impressed with how some people, mostly real wine experts have learned to pick out many specific flavors in a wine. Once in a while a specific flavor jumps out at me, which is sometimes good, sometimes bad. I remember in France, they would sell these kits with maybe 50 or more bottles, each containing different important smells to he... Read More

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  • I am just starting to explore French reds.The few Cotes du Rhones that I have tried all seem to be more appealing the second day after having been opened. Maybe I need to try some older vintages that have had a chance to age? So far, most of these examples have been from 2007 and they seem to be overly tart (tannic?).I just tried a Bordeaux fo... Read More

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  • Hey folks,I've been an while on Snooth, but never really paid attention on all of the great stuff to find here. Been looking around for some time to find a place like this. Since I live near France, I've been raised with Bordeaux and Burgundy wines. As I was getting older I started to appreciate other kinds of wines, like Brunello from Italy, Ch... Read More

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  • I have been spoiled, living in the throes of one of the world's famous wine countries. It seems, I have become a California glutton of sorts... Don't get me wrong, I HAVE tasted wonderful wines out of the area, but that has been an infrequent experience at best. I want to venture out.. out of the sun, the redwoods, the pacific,.... uuhh.. do I... Read More

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  • Some discussion of clones may shed light on the New World expression of Pinot Noir. I have long believed that clones explain a great deal of the diversity found in the many wines made from this globe-hopping noble grape. Terroir, vineyard maintenance and climate do not seem to fully explain the differences - at least, not to my satisfaction. ... Read More

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  • I am looking for a Chardonnay that is a carbon copy of Chateau Montelena Chardonnay. You know the one from the movie Bottle Shock......"Buttery, layered, beautiful...." but not brown. All kidding aside, I have shelled out over $50 for this and it is a beautiful, complex, buttery, layered Chardonnay. One of my personal favorites that I really ... Read More

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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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