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France - Gérard Bertrand Coteaux du Languedoc La Clape Château L'Hospitalet (2012)

This was my first foray into the Coteaux du Languedoc AOC, which borders the Altantic Ocean to the southwest of Narbonne. I bought this bottle simply because it was the only one at the store from this region, and the price of it ($22) suggested a good wine. 110 more words

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Stone Love - A little village in the South of France

Renovation, Restoration, Triangulation

Ok, so here we have the village of Campagne-sur-Aude. Unique in it’s central 11th century fort, housing the church, the Templar Knights’ quarters, Masters House, smithy, armoury and stables. 117 more words


Highlights of medieval Albi, France

We truly enjoyed our visit to beautiful Albi last year.

This medieval town, 77 kilometers northeast of Toulouse, is well worth a visit on your trip to southern France. 258 more words


Languedoc – Roussillon: from the Causses to the Catalan country, a wealth of natural culture

Languedoc – Roussillon stretches from the Camargue on the east to the Pyrenees Mountains on the west with one of the longest sea shores of France opening out onto the Mediterranean Sea. 1,057 more words


France - Domaine Anne Gros & Jean-Paul Tollot Minervois Les Fontanilles (2011)

I received this wine as a gift. It’s certainly the best wine I’ve tasted for this blog so far. I think it’s going to be challenging to find a better wine from the Languedoc region. 290 more words

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Hoping for peace

As I am writing this, events are still unfolding in Paris, following the carnage at the Charlie Hebdo offices.  I pray that the hostages are going to be released, and that no more lives will be lost. 72 more words