Limoux, Languedoc

Gérard Bertrand

Cote des Roses Languedoc Rosé Blend 2021

Nice oaky & refreshing. Enjoyed in Palo Alto on Saturday night with Rafael! — 7 days ago

Daumas Gassac

Mas de Daumas Gassac Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 1998

This was in immaculate condition, displaying both ripeness and freshness with complex secondary flavors of roses, sous bois and meat. A treat — a month ago

Daniel P., Pooneet and 7 others liked this

Château Saint-Roch

Chimères Cotes du Roussillon Villages Grenache Blend 2020

Deep ruby color.
Aromas of baked black fruit, vanilla, clove, raspberry.
Dry. Flavors of fresh ripe blackberry, raspberry, vanilla, licorice, clove, cinnamon. Rich velvety tannins.

Intensity: 5/5
Complexity: 3/5
Balance: 4/5
Finish: 4/5
— 2 months ago

Domaine Lafage

Tessellae Côtes du Roussillon Vieilles Vignes Grenache Blend 2018

Pour Richards 15. A big well-rounded wine with something for everyone. Had a t-bone with it the second night. — 2 months ago

Domaine Lafage

La Narassa Grenache Syrah Blend 2020

Medium-deep ruby color.
Aromas of black stewed fruit, browned butter, cinnamon.
Dry. Flavors of cassis, buttered brioche, vanilla, licorice, raspberry compote, cinnamon. Rich, velvety tannins. Yum!

Intensity: 5/5
Complexity: 3/5
Balance: 4/5
Finish: 4/5
— 12 days ago

Domaine Léon Barral

Jadis Faugères Carignane Blend 2010

Wildly charming. In a good spot. — a month ago

Sarah Bignami
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Adriana, Serge and 12 others liked this

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A great cuvee.

Department 66

D 66 Côtes Catalanes Grenache Blend 2009

Ming L

As one can expect for a Dave Phinney wine, this is rich and ripe, but it has so much more to offer at year 14. Blueberry, fig, tobacco, cracked pepper, dried mushroom, and slight hint of barnyard. On the palate it’s juicy yet soft and ultra smooth. The finish is long, candied, and earthy.
My 2nd and last bottle. At its peak.
— 2 months ago

Brent, Bob and 2 others liked this

Domaine de la Grange des Pères

Vin de Pays de l'Hérault White Rhone Blend 2014

Always such a singular wine. It has the weight and richness of a white Rhône, with the acid and mineral tension of a great white burg. I like to say “Chaveneau.” It’s stunningly aromatic with layered depth and complexity, wafting from the glass with ripe tropical fruit, hazelnut, wildflower honey and pastry cream. The palate is rich and intense, but retains focus and balance along with killer volume, an elegant texture and excellent length. I continue to prefer GDP blanc to the rouge. — 2 months ago

Andrew, Severn and 8 others liked this