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La Chasse Cotes du Rhones

The Cotes du Rhone appellation is one of the world’s largest wine-producing regions. The variety of grapes is amazing. The standard can vary; some of the cheaper reds are better than the often overrated Chateauneuf du Papes (John Lewis foodhalls – I’ve not quite forgiven you for the awful Christmas day red – 2 bottles – I bought from you…) This is pretty good for the money and would go well with red meats, cheeses, Sunday lunch etc. 51 more words

Ogier's must try 2014 Le Temps est Venu, CdR

The 2014 Stephane Ogier, Les Temps est Venu, Cotes du Rhone is a wine  you must try.  When coupled with the 2015 Domaine des Pasquiers, Cote du Rhone Villages Plan de Dieu… 159 more words

Tasting Notes And Wine Reviews

[WINE PAIRING] Côtes-du-Rhône + Turkey Leek Pie

Thanksgiving weekend is coming up (for us Canadians!) and you gotta believe we are going to have some leftover turkey. So much so that we won’t know what to do with it. 733 more words

Recipes

Simple Cheese Soufflé with aged Comté

Comté lovers are, we’re learning, very dedicated. Substitutions, while acceptable on a temporary basis, are just a stopgap measure: only the real thing will do. Comté was historically made in collectives (called  558 more words

Egg Dishes

Why this French wine might be the most versatile red around

Cotes-du-Rhone may be an ideal all-purpose red wine: It’s great to sip by itself, and it pairs beautifully with a wide variety of foods, from braised chicken and beef to hearty grilled meats. 50 more words

Culture

Wino na weekend - Château Pesquié Quintessence Côtes du Ventoux 2011

Z północnych stoków masywu Ventoux, tego przekleństwa kolarzy uczestniczących w Tour de France, pochodzi jedno z najciekawszych win południa Côtes du Rhône – La Quintessence. Wino wykonane w 80% z gron szczepu syrah i 20% z grenache było w 50% leżakowane w beczkach z francuskiego dębu przez 12 miesięcy. 117 more words

Aligot, or cheesy mashed potatoes with the cheese turned way, way up

While mountain tommes (a very broad category of cheese historically used to describe wheels made from skim milk or small amounts of milk) are never the belles of the ball due to their sometimes gnarly appearance, they pack a ton of flavor and have a lot of personality. 421 more words

Potato Dishes