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July Wine of the Month

A monthly review of an easily obtainable wine that’s had a recommendation somewhere in a National newspaper. Always posted just before the usual monthly theme, this may be the latest post for only a few days… 264 more words

Domaine Duclaux, Cháteauneuf du Pape, 2000

Cháteauneuf du Pape, Domaine Duclaux, 2000, Red-wine from France

5 points

This Cháteauneuf du Pape is from a winemaker family Quiot, which produces wine since 1748. 454 more words


Domaine du Clos des Fees - Hervé Bizeul’s Ethereal Cuvee le Clos des Fees

Among my most lasting memories of the Roussillon (France’s deep south-west at the border with Spain) was a visit to the region in the early 1990s. 411 more words

Wine Advocate

Le Prince de Courthézon 2013

Le Prince de Courthézon

Côtes du Rhône AOC, France

Le Prince de Courthézon is a favorite ~ and the 2013 vintage is well renowned for a gold medal from the French wine guide Gilbert & Gallard and a silver medal from a prestigious competition in Lyon. 181 more words

In Situ Signature Wines

In Situ
Country: Chile
Syrah 55%,
Mourvedre 40%,
Viognier 5%
Year: 2011
Where: Andy & Anna’s wedding!
Price: £12


Friday Rave: Passaggio Wines

When I was a kid, I always hated admitting that I did not know something or, even worse, that I was wrong. As I grew older, I realized there is a term for the people who hang on to that trait on into adulthood: 1,204 more words


The Guigal estate owns vineyards in Condrieu and the Côte-Rôtie, founded in 1946 by Etienne Guigal in Ampuis, a small, ancient village of the Côte-Rôtie appellation. 98 more words