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In October 2014 I was fortunate enough to have the chance to head down to the Languedoc region in France. Having interned in Burgundy for half a year, I had been spoilt for choice amongst the finest Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays in the world but I had never before had the chance to travel further down South to the vast vineyards of the Languedoc (NB: the Languedoc region is situated on the Mediterranean coastline). 1,736 more words

Follow the blue line

Spring has arrived in earnest in Languedoc, and I think it is high time that I shared some of the marvels of nature with you – all too soon spring will turn into summer :)!! 993 more words


France - Cave de Roquebrun Coteaux du Languedoc Chemin des Olivettes (2013)

I picked this wine out for two reasons: it was a red and it was from the region I’m interested in. That’s about it.

I liked it overall. 186 more words

Wine Reviews

In Search of Vendange

The vineyards are browning in the hot October sun, and for a few days I thought I had missed the vendange (grape harvest) altogether. On my trip to Peyriac I saw forgotten grapes clinging to the vines, buffeted by the salty breeze of the etang. 254 more words

Solo Travel

Half Vacation, Half “B’ness” Part II (France)

Without a doubt, the more important part of my b’ness back in France this summer (having decided prior to arrival) was to seek out two additional domaines to add to my tiny portfolio, bringing the winery count to six. 1,412 more words


Hey, "Mr. Blue Sky"

I’ve been wondering how to follow up last week’s Cassoulet – until it hit me just now – we’ll go for a walk, of course!! 891 more words


On dirait le sud

Deux photomontages fait avec Hugin et la source du Muscat.

Le donjon du capitole

Les colines de Saint Chinian

La source