Domaine Les Terrasses D'eole

Domaine Les Terrasses D'Eole

Ventoureso Ventoux Rosé Cinsault Blend 2019

3.5 Delicious Ventoux wine, at Les Remparts, in Venasque, Ventous region. 34 Euros, $38 at the restaurant. — 2 months ago

Paul Jaboulet Aîné

Les Grandes Terrasses Cornas Syrah

Power and finesse. — 5 months ago

Brent, Kyle and 2 others liked this

Guy Farge

Passion de Terrasses St. Joseph Syrah 2018

Nice bright fruit, medium mouth with sooth finish. Great everyday wine we paired well with steak. — 5 months ago

Château de la Roulerie

Anjou Les Terrasses Sec Chenin Blanc 2013

Ginger pear and honey, deep golden apple — 18 days ago

Brent and Ericsson liked this

Clos Erasmus

Priorat Grenache Blend 2019

Intoxicating Visit & Tasting at Celler Nin-ortiZ with Carles👌
We also had the plessure to taste the wines of Clos I Terrasses 🔝
Fantastic nose, loads of ripe black cherries, plum, licorice, balsamic notes, authum forest, herbs from the Priorat hills, full bodied on the palate with black fruits, balanced with fine minerality and loads of super fine tannins, very fresh at this stage, with a never ending finish, impressive wine now, will envolve in the next 10+ years, great wine. 98+ DSP
— 2 months ago

Dick, Douglas and 22 others liked this


Love this stuff

Domaine Régis Boucabeille

Les Terrasses Côtes du Roussillon Villages Carignan Blend 2019

So good for the price. Went great with my beef stew.  — 5 months ago

Parviz Ghavamian
with Parviz
Romain and Brent liked this

Alain Jaume & Fils

Terrasses de Montmirail Gigondas Red Rhone Blend 2019

Nice medium bodied gigondas. Paired amazingly with my tomahawk. Black berries, peppercorns, bay leaf and eucalyptus. — a month ago

Jean-Luc Jamet

Terrasses Côte-Rotie Syrah 2015

Nose of rich black fruits, primary on the nose showing graphite, cedar, licorice & floral. This will need more time. — 4 months ago

Paul, Hermes and 8 others liked this

Clos Erasmus

Laurel Priorat Garnacha Blend 2019

Over the last 10 years or so, I’ve sort of avoided the wines from Priorat. Not for any ideological reasons, more so I simply found the wines too often over the top for my palate. However, after years of skipping offers, I bit the bullet a couple years ago and swooped up a couple bottles of Laurel which is a wine made by Clos i Terrasses (most famously known for Clos Erasmus). I’m so glad I did. What I discovered was a wine of tremendous character and beauty.

The 2019 version of this wine is no different. It pours an almost magenta red ruby with a translucent core and moderate staining of the tears. On the nose, raspberries, plums, purple flowers, dried herbs, organic soil, limestone. There’s abundant fruit but it comes across super fresh, not jammy. There is also the faintest whiff of pyrazines. On the palate, the wine is dry, medium bodied and confirming the complex fruit set and non-fruit characteristics. Medium+ tannin and medium+ acid. Such a fresh, youthful and gorgeous wine. For those that are wondering, Laurel is aged in a combination of neutral oak, concrete egg and amphora.
— 5 months ago

Andrew, Daniel P. and 11 others liked this