Coteaux Du Languedoc Picpoul De Pinet, Languedoc

Domaine Félines Jourdan

Picpoul-de-Pinet Picpoul Blanc 2022

A favourite. Crisp and dry with lovely citrus and herb notes — 17 days ago

Les Vignerons de Florensac

Picpoul-de-Pinet Picpoul Blanc

Beautifully balanced white at a great price! Fresh white peaches, lemon, orange rind, and sea spray. Delicious. — 5 months ago

HB

Coteaux du Languedoc Picpoul-de-Pinet

CPM. Citrus. Light. 13%. Tried with Elizabeth., summer. — 7 months ago

Gérard Bertrand

Picpoul-de-Pinet Picpoul Blanc 2018

I don’t normally drink white wine, bit this one was surprisingly delicious. Crisp and light. — 25 days ago

Domaine de l'Hortus

Bergerie de l'Hortus Classique Pic St. Loup Red Blend 2006

JKT
9.0

For Amy/John visit, found several left over from AA and it’s drinking a mellow well balanced red fruited almost silky textured wine. — 7 months ago

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Ermitage du Pic Saint Loup

Tour de Pierres Coteaux du Languedoc Pic St. Loup Grenache Blend 2021

I hadn't had this wine in a couple of vintages and I always have had a sweet spot for it. It's a bit more austere and serious than previous vintages I tasted, and a bit more complex too.
Licorice, blackberry, leather, a touch of mint, some Cola notes and some heat... Wow it's a serious nose, a lot let's playful and fruitful than in my memories. The palate shows a great acid drive, some serious grip, some width, some matter on the edges, a nice blackberry note through and through, along with, again, these Cola notes that I usually associate with natural gamays from the Beaujolais region, some grippy tannins kick off in the rear, powering a long, fruity, grippy finish that lasts for a very long time. These tannins tend to make the wine a bit more austere and complex but the Cola notes remind you it's an organic, natural wine style too. I like it very much. And this is the entry level cuvée of this Domaine!
— 3 months ago

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La Pèira

En Damaisèla Terrasses du Larzac Red Rhone Blend 2005

Popped and poured; see my notes from 2017. For real, not much has changed save for the gentle integration of more secondary characteristics. The 2005 “La Pèira” continues to be quite the charmer. A mix of ripe, dried and desiccated dark fruits, tobacco, leather, earth, and warm spices. Tannins are completely integrated. A wonderfully balanced wine and while I would recommend to drink now, it should continue to drink well throughout the remainder of the decade.
— 4 months ago

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Domaine d'Aupilhac

Les Cocalieres Coteaux du Languedoc Montpeyroux 2020

Elegantly textured, multiple mineral facets, phenolic in a supportive way. Would love to see this age — 7 months ago