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Languedoc Viognier

1202 marks one of several noteworthy junctures in the lively history of the Cazal Viel estate and the nearby market town of Cessenon-sur-Orb in southern France. 548 more words

White Wine

Picpoul de Pinet - A Refreshing White from the Languedoc - April #Winophiles

One cold day in March this year, Spring came to my house in the form of two bottles of Picpoul de Pinet. They were sent as part of the April #Winophiles group from… 681 more words

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This post was kindly written by Annie, my trusted proof-reader who corrects all my mistakes!  Thank you so much, Annie, for this article and for all the work you do for this blog!! 1,636 more words

Travel

France, Le Tricolore et La Fenêtre

At the top of the climb we went through the charming town of St Pons-de-Thomieres and as we sat in the mid morning traffic we drove past the Hôtel de Ville and in the courtyard there was a magnificent statue of Madame Liberty, the traditional female embodiment of the French Republic with her ample bosom unashamedly thrusting out and exposed to all.

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History

Another Sunday, another old wine

Following on from the 2003 claret tasting last weekend I’ve regressed another ten years to 1993. I’ve also moved south to the Languedoc region and the St Chinian AC in particular. 223 more words

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Spring into action

With Spring in the air, it’s time to come out of hibernation!  There are many events coming up which will tempt you, I’m sure!!

Journees Fleurs et Jardins, Chateau de Perdiguier, Maraussan – 7 and 8 April 2018… 331 more words

Places To Visit

Château Millegrand Minervois 2014 Cuvée Aurore Review

Château Millegrand Minervois 2014: a smooth and spicy Languedoc red

A short gallop east from the medieval town of Carcasonne, in the Languedoc region of southern France, lies the 12th century Château Millegrand winery — producers of one of my current favourite good-value red wines. 184 more words

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