Domaine de la Croix
Chateau de la Croix is a wine produced in Plautignan, a “lieux dit” north of St. Estephe in the Medoc in Bordeaux, France. Principal winemaker is Jean Francisco, whose family has produced wines at the estate since the late 19th century. The wines are produced using traditional methods and reflect the personality of the rich, local terroir. They are labeled as “Medoc Cru Bourgois,” and are value-driven wines for everyday enjoyment that match with a variety of foods.– Description from Amanda Schuster
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“King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...
“With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...
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If I were within reach of NYC on that date I would *definitely* be going.... 52nd Annual CSW - Louis/Dressner Tasting and Benefit for Partners-in-Health, Sunday March 12th at Racines NY, 3:00 - 7:00pm!Chambers Street Wines Matthieu Baudry will be there! (At left, with his father Bernard)52nd Annual CSW - Louis/Dressner Tasting and Benefit for ... Read More
Interestingly, found a Montebello edged out a Dunn from the same mature vintage recently, though both could've been WOTN, with very tough competition from the Musigny. Two meals, one seafood and white, the 2nd red meat and red wine. Every single bottle gets my *buy* recommendation. Interestingly, was down in the tropics just north of the equator... Read More
I bought this bottle of wine from a shop in London's Chelsea [ www.hhandc.co.uk ] for £12.50.Anjou is an AOC created in 1987 [although viticultuture in the area goes back centuries ] for red,white,rose and sparkling wines from 150 communes around the town of Angers in the Loire valley.It is an ' umbrella' AOC because it includes a number of smal... Read More
I bought this bottle of wine from the website ... region. My bottle is from Domaine de la Croix d'Argis, a vineyard owned by Henri Maire,and so named after an ancient stone cross there, a picture of which is on the label. My bottle is a blend of the three red grapes of the Jura Aoc's 50% pinot noir, 40% ploussard,and 10% trousseau. I started my... Read More
Good wine. I bought 2011 though. Not sure how to add another vintage. Read More
Crisp dry earthy with some grape, dry acidic and lingering finish Read More
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In past posts here on the Forum I have confessed that I regularly drink inexpensive wines. In fact, I have been doing less of that, lately, but last night I picked one out of the rack that, pretty much, blew me away; Epicuro 2009 Salice Salentino -- US$4.99 at Trader Joe's.This wine is a blend of Negroamaro (80%) and Malvasia Nera (20%) grapes... Read More
There hasn't been one of these threads here in quite some time so I thought I'd start it up again. Weather is warm here so I popped a Rosé.What are you drinking? Read More