|Winery:||Domaine de La Sauvageonne|
|Region:||France » Languedoc-roussillon » Languedoc » Coteaux du Languedoc|
Domaine de La Sauvageonne
It surprised all of us. It had an earthy nose. For me, it was filled with chocolate, earth, and black currant. We all tried this one and loved it.
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Domaine de La Sauvageonne on Snooth
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Medium Bodied wine, very jammy and dry finish. Nice wine to enjoy with a grilled lamb dish Read More
A "groovy autumn find" from my site www.winewriting.com:2005 Riesling Domaine Dopff (Dopff au Moulin, 12.5%) - lovely nose with floral white peach and developing linseed oil notes; delicate yet quite intense mouthfeel moving on to oilier texture and flavours, and finishing with subtle underlying mineral bite. Drink now although it's still fresh ... Read More
It surprised all of us. It had an earthy nose. For me, it was filled with chocolate, earth, and black currant. We all tried this one and loved it. Read More