Domaine Eugène Carrel

Jeff Carrel

Les Darons Languedoc Grenache Blend 2015

Nice blend of Grenache (75%), Syrah (20%) and Carignan (5%). No oak - aged in concrete. Aromas and flavors of black cherry, blueberry and violets. Medium to full bodied. Nicely balanced acidity and tannins. Plush, plump, round and elegant. Great value and pleasant surprise. Thank You Ron B! — 3 months ago

Bob, Paul and 2 others liked this

Jeff Carrel

A Vue de Nez (sans soufre) Cabernet Franc Syrah

bright fruity yummy with a healthy type of funk — 2 years ago

Jeff Carrel

Lilac Wine Mourvedre Blend 2017

Dan R

These Jeff Carrel wines are outstanding values, and work great if you're in the mood for a cocktail wine. Very dense, low acid, but the fruit is so luscious and vivid. It drinks quite well, great job of managing the weight by the focus on vitality of fruit. — 2 years ago

Chris, David and 2 others liked this

Jeff Carrel

Sous la Montagne Fitou 2017

Tobacco and dark fruit, full bodied, big opening, smooth tannins. Rhone blend from K & L — 2 years ago

Jeff Carrel

Pas vu Pas Pris Chardonnay

Dan R

An outlier from this producer, a 12% alc chard focused on purity and varietal expression. Very pretty and quite delicious. — 2 years ago

Mike and Ericsson liked this

Domaine Eugène Meyer

Alsace AOC Muscat 2012

Roses and lychees. Lovely wine not too sweet either. — a year ago

Jeff Carrel

Vieille Mule Macabeo

Great lunch wine! Fruity and easy drinking but still nice structure and acidity — 2 years ago

Eugène III

Baroville Brut Blanc de Noirs

Happy Friday zoom nomikai!
Lots of ripe fruits
— 2 years ago

Soshi, Yuri and 1 other liked this

Jeff Carrel

Morillon Blanc Vin de Pays d'Oc Chardonnay Blend 2016

Ron R

Hailing from Languedoc, this white has a similar profile to that of a Rhoné white blend. No idea of the blend, but the nose presents honey, apricot and dried herbs. The palate suggests that viognier is in the mix. Big notes of lychees and passion fruit are bold and strong, along with the oak, which I consider to be a little too prominent. Acidity is lacking, and this comes across a little too smooth. Still a good effort, just dial back on the oak treatment. — 2 years ago

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@Ron R Great post, hope that you are having a great weekend Cheers 🍷