EASY IT

0952 871 680 15 Avenue Charles Cros
Jacou, Languedoc-Roussillon 34830
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  • I haven't played in this conversation for a while, mostly, because most of my purchases, lately, have been daily drinkers from places like Costco and Trader Joe's.Today we were over in Gardena.  Gardena does not have many claims to fame:  it was, I believe, the first community in Southern California to allow card casinos, it was the location of ... Read More

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  • I saw that Sandrone Valmaggiore on sale a little while ago, and it's serious wine at a decent price, but I'm hesitant to buy Sandrone Nebbiolo because they are "modernists." On the other hand, at least one idea behind modernism was to make wine that was appealing young.  I'm odd that I like Nebbiolo even when it is young, although I think that m... Read More

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  • We watched the grand kids tonight at the local mall.  They are always a joy, some days more than others.  We usually stop at the play area and a toy store and then spend time at a table eating dinner & building Legos.Earlier today at the same mall we were walking with Sandra's parents (our usual activity after Sandra and I do yoga) but this morn... Read More

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  • A small impromptu get together to celebrate the end of my radiation therapy.  Nothing big - some good friends that been supporting me during this time.  BBQ, bonfire and good weather and these:Was running round town to find a buttery chard and found this.  Nothing to write home about, but it worked.The Erath was light as usual, but at the same t... Read More

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  • Gran Reserva Merlot. Carmen 2011

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    Carmen 2011 Merlot Gran Reserva, Maipo Alta $4.99 pre-sale price, bought during the 20% sale at Grocery Outlet.This is a very nice Merlot for the price paid. Im generally not a Merlot fan, but Ive got no issues with this one, except that its not a big blockbuster and its not going to be an ager, as it has no tannins to speak of. A very smooth, e... Read More

    Wine review by Dougman


  • Sounds like it's time for a party.  I've had a few wines from Pomerol, but I don't remember which ones anymore.  I bet keeping the wines out of easy reach has enabled the years to go by without consuming them.  Overall, I think I like the Bordeaux region of France the best.  I really enjoy Bordeaux-style wines from the states too.  Read More

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  • Hi All-Have not had a chance to get on here for a while. After my daughter was born in 98 and the wines started coming out a couple years later I started buying 98s from Bugundy and Bordeaux as I came across them. A couple days ago I opened one for the first time to celebrate her getting into the USC drama school. All of a sudden we're Trojan fo... Read More

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  • EM-sounds like that Keating is right in my wheel house. Happy Easter to all. We had this really well made and tasty 2013 Campesino Baybos GSM Bend- 40% Grenache, 30% Syrah, 30% Mourvèdre. Really tasty and easy drinking. Blackcherry, some herbs, excellent structure and acidity, medium body, nice finish. Really enjoyed this excellent change of pac... Read More

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  • Terlato & Chapoutier Shiraz Viognier Victoria 2014

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    This smoother and mellower than most and easy drinking because of it. Good starter for those new to shiraz. Plum is dominant with blueberry notes, lighter peppery notes but with medium bodied tannins and good acidity - this is a no brainer for the cost. 88 points - drink now - Paul Read More

    Wine review by rckr1951


  • Two more for the entry level guys (1) and gals (3):Both were easy drinking and to be honest, since I've never had it before, the Terlato & Chapoutier was smoother and mellower than any I've ever had at this level before.  It was a hit with them - must be the Viognier LOL.  The Jacob's Creek Reserve had more stuffing than the others and was enjoy... Read More

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