I travelled southeast to the Côte Vermeille, or vermillion coast, along the Mediterranean one day both as a general tourist and a wine tourist. It’s no wonder that so many artists, such as Matisse and his followers of Fauvism, took much of their inspiration in this area – stunning scenery and such vibrant colours. 905 more words
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A blend of 80% Grenache Blanc 15% Roussane 5% Bouboulenc that was matured in lees with stirring for 3 months.
Light golden in colour.
Apricots and summer stone fruits. 66 more words
My first four nights in the South of France were spent just outside of a little village in the Agly Valley in a beautiful old stone building that was once a winery, built in 1763, and that is now a house for a local winemaker and her family. 750 more words
As the season moves toward autumn with holidays on the horizon, I am often asked by friends and colleagues to suggest a ‘party wine’ – something inexpensive, but good. 301 more words
Certified Organic. An intriguing blend of Maccabeu, Grenache Blanc, Bourboulenc, Viognier, Roussane, Chasan, Chardonnay, Vermentino, Muscat Petits Grains. According to the website, each variety is vinified separately before final blending. 59 more words