Domaine de la Roche Bleue

La Guinguette Coteaux du Loir Gamay Blend 2021

Zesty upon opening, smoothed over time. Pepper. Lighter wine. Unique. — 2 days ago

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Savage Grace

Dineen Vineyard Côt 2019

New vintage, still a great take on Malbec. Strawberry flavor, lighter style, rounded mouthfeel, spearmint on finish with strawberry and blackberry — 8 months ago

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Mary Taylor Wine

Valençay Rouge Gamay Blend 2021

Very cherry nose, with a hint of tar. Loads of cherry on the palate. Mix of bright fruit notes, but also earthy, coffee notes. Low tannins and silky smooth. Nice solid earthiness. Good stuff!! — a month ago

François Chidaine

Rouge Touraine Côt Blend 2020

A light,bright Tuscan-y and Barbaresco-y French blend — 9 months ago

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Bruno Allion

Bruno n' Côt 2013

Vin arrivant à sa fin de maturité
Le fruit semble diminué même si le vin tiens la route
La gourmandise et le côté irradiant du vin initial s affaiblit
— 2 years ago

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Serge Mismetti

Serge Mismetti

Cuvée à boire sur le fruit mais domaine intéressant découvert avec un caviste je pense commun (Tegwen)

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Teg est effectivement un super caviste mais achetée il y a plus longtemps que chez teg il me semble

Savage Grace

Boushey Vineyard Côt 2017

Revisiting vintage — 3 months ago

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Domaine La Piffaudiere

Mon Tout Rouge PIF Gamay Côt 2021

Think the one I’m rating is 100% pineau? Per Bianca of PBB: If you ask me, Pineau d'Aunis has this really unique dead giveaway profile, and once you've had it a couple of times, you'll automatically recognize it in the glass. It has this super distinct nose of white pepper, iron, and herbaceousness, like a peppery-spicy-minerally way about it, but sprinkled with some tart red fruit. Admittedly, I personally believe it can be an acquired taste if you're used to more fruit forward red wines, but once you catch the bug, it's hard not to love it's freshness and vibrancy. It's quite the expressive grape, and this wine is a perfect example of that. Earthy and terroir driven but perfectly light and easy to drink, it's a great BBQ wine or with tuna based ceviche or sushi. It can really stand up to most red meat dishes that need a little zing to them. As far as when to drink this wine, one of the best french online retailers says "Drink this wine now, you can go into it with your eyes closed, it's ready to go." — 5 months ago