Château De Lascaux

Château de Lascaux

Languedoc Red Blend 2015

Very tannic when we first tried it but mellowed after a few hours. — 6 years ago

Tim Schroeder
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Bell's Brewery

Java Stout Malt

This cappuccino capped black beauty, loses its perfect coiffure, opting for a painted tonshure of ridiculously minuscule bubbles, and in the process, revealing outlines of Lascaux bovine entities and fossil jawbones. Grab hold, Samson, this thing kicks ass! Coffee breath wafts from its maw, but the palate is impeccable, evoking the richest beans, caramel backdrops, the lightest pepper, and vanilla. Wake up, you hairless milquetoast, the Philistines want to drink! — 8 years ago

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Château de Lascaux

Nobles Pierres Coteaux du Languedoc Pic St. Loup 2010

smokey syrah heavy blend with beef bacon wrapped cheeks and farro — 9 years ago

Laura Duncan ScottFrances King
with Laura and Frances
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Château de Lascaux

Les Secrets Syrah Blend 2009

Hot wine. Great pic saint loup and a good match for the « agneau de 8 heures 32 » — 6 years ago

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Château de Lascaux

Les Pierres d'Argent White Blend 2012

Nose: rich nose of sweet honey, orange blossom, stone fruit, white rose... The floral component balance very well the fruit one. After flowers, stone fruit comes
Palate: medium body but still very light, good acidity level - nice citrus then flowers note, honey. Drinkable but still complex enough.

(Château de Lascaux - wine tasting)
— 8 years ago

Château de Lascaux

Languedoc White Rhone Blend 2014

Rick K

50% Vermentino, 20% each Marsanne and Roussane and the rest Viognier. Crisp and really satisfying. — 9 years ago

Château de Lascaux

AOC Languedoc Rosé Blend 2016

Delicious. First of the 2016 arrivals, and hopefully a good indicator of the incoming Rosés. 40% Cinsault, 30% Syrah, 30% Grenache. Nice Rhone bite, but with lovely melon and berry notes. 13% ABV — 7 years ago

Château de Lascaux

J. B. Cavalier Garrigue Languedoc Red Blend

Deep baked dark fruit on the nose. Bloody and jammy in the mouth with lots of garrigue and afternotes of charred meat. A bit of green olive. — 8 years ago

Château de Lascaux

Languedoc Rosé 2014

Peter Alig

Organically grown Cinsault, Syrah and Grenache. Really nice Languedoc pink. Buying lots more. — 9 years ago

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