Domaine La Tour Vieille
The Domaine La Tour Vielle was created after the marriage of Christine Campadieu and Vincent Canti in 1982,both from Catalan wine-making families and named after an old stone tower overlooking Collioure.They have 16 parcels of vines in the area making up 32 acres in total and make several cuvees,both red and white and both Banyuls and Collioure– Description from duncan 906
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Domaine La Tour Vieille on Snooth
Perfect finish to a wonderful lunch...need a bottle of this at home.A just description from Wine Advocate '"Over the past quarter century, La Tour Vieille hasbuilt up an impressive reputation, and their most recent releases demonstrate that they are among the elite estates of Roussillon. The late-bottled La Tour Vieille Banyuls Reserva leads wit... Read More
I've taken the liberty of posting a portion of Kermit Lynch's most ... ... such as Domaine Tempier and Domaine La Tour Vieille. Jim was also an occasional contributor to our newsletter—his essay below was first published in December 2007.Please join us in raising a glass to Jim as we celebrate the passion and insight he brought to our world.-O... Read More
I bought this wine from the website www.bidforwine.co.uk/auctions/show/44980 for £31 for three bottles. The Collioure AOC was created in 1971,although wine production here goes back to before the Romans, for red, white and rose wines produced in the area around the small town of that name between Perpignan and the Spanish border on the Mediterr... Read More
(grenache, syrah) The head of this is complex -- tobacco, fig, pepper and floral. It combines to make an intoxicating aroma. The body is full and fruity and sweet, but not overdone. It's very well balance. The finish is chocolately/velvety. SUGGEST: Quickes cheddar has a surprising velvety, creamy reaction that you don't want to miss out on. Read More
So what does a wine and food writer do in his free time, you ask? Or perhaps ... happy with a half-bottle of:Domaine La Tour Vieille 2004 500ml - $55But if any area of this list seemed to be a touch weak and more aggressively priced, these sweeties would seem to be it. So now it’s time to take a look at the menu! Here are tons of great wine ch... Read More
not usually a fan of sweet/dessert wines, this one stole my heart! wonderful blackberry and fig notes (light cherry too, even though it's not listed as a note), which happen to be two of my favourite fruits! it's very close to a port. this is a great idea for dinner parties if you're hosting those who aren't wine drinkers/don't have tannic palet... Read More
Brilliant Port. Had for the first time at Spring in Paris Read More
Nose of sweet barnyard and a musk aroma. Mild acid on the attack that continues through the finish. In the mouth mild ripe sour and (pleasantly) bitter chewy blackberry, dark cherry, and plum with loam, herbs, and a hint of pepper. Finishes of leather, wood, and lingering spiced fruit and wood. Yum. Read More
Silken smooth mouthfeel. Sweet. Very sweet. Bite into a nice piece of dark chocolate. Then take a sip of this wine. Near wine-gasm. The heavy weight of the wine on your tongue is bliss when combined with the sensual nature of the berry fruity wine. Read More