Blanquette De Limoux


Blanquette de Limoux Mauzac Blend 2020

Yum! After a long day of walking around at the happiest place on Earth! — 19 days ago

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Claude Vialade

Reserve Du Champ des Nummus Limoux Blanc Chardonnay 2016

Na categoria vinho de supermercado esse Chardonnay de uma apelação menor é um grande achado no Saint Marche . Está bem evoluído, aparentemente no pico — 13 days ago

Domaine de L'Aigle

Chardonnay 2020

Great Chardonnay! — 2 months ago

Séverin Barioz

Face B Pif Paf Blanquette de Limoux Mauzac Chenin Blanc

Like a nice hard apple cider. Little yeasty/brioche — a month ago


Cuvée Émotion Crémant de Limoux Pinot Noir 2019

Very dry, crisp, balanced acidity, Light, fresh, paired well with oysters. Slightly nutty with blanched almond vibes #sundaysunsetpatio — 6 days ago

Sieur d'Arques

Toques et Clochers Crémant de Limoux Chardonnay Blend

Light lemon-hued. Aromas of apricot, cream, grapefruit, and lemon. Light body and high acidity. Well-made and easily quaffable. Blend of Chardonnay (55%), Chenin Blanc (30%), and Pinot Noir (15%). — 2 months ago

Anne de Joyeuse

La Butinière Limoux Rouge 2019

Nicely structured local red, blend of Merlo, Syrah, Malbec and CS, with some wood aging.
Black berries & mulberries, a fresh flowery note (violets, lavender), dried herbs, a savoury, earthy undertone. Fresh!
On the palate this is balanced with juicy, grippy tannins, good flow, savoury with the fruit adding rather than dominating. Nice mouthfeel, good drinkability, alc held nicely in check (13%).
A proper french food wine!
— 7 days ago

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Gérard Bertrand

An 825 Cremant de Limoux Brut Sparkling Blend 2019

Delicate, light gold in color. Has an elegant yeasty smell with peach and lychee in the background. Creamy and supple with a lovely finish — 2 months ago

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Champagne Miniere F & R

Brut Zero Champagne Blend

Brought to Tasting Group; presented double-blind (I wanted to hear the taster say, “evidence of gas”…which never gets mentioned since nobody ever brings sparkles). I digress. The wine pours a burnished rose gold color with a persistent mousse. On the nose, baked Granny Smith apple, lemon rind, apricot, macerated raspberries and whipping cream. That palate dazzles with the same, aforementioned fruit though, the apricot comes across more pronounced. There are chalky minerals too. The wine is dry but has a compelling, sweet attack. Acid is medium+. A very long, creamy and almost saline finish that’s immensely satisfying. Some called Franciacorta, some Cava and some Limoux but most called NV Champagne. Blinding sparkling wine can often be tricky. Anyway, this Minière F & R Brut Zero was loved by all. This bottle was heavily based (79%) on the 2016 vintage with the balance coming from 2015. Basically 1/3, 1/3, 1/3 of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay respectively. Disgorged 08/2021. — 2 months ago

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