Faugères, Languedoc

Frédéric Brouca

Champs-pentus Red Blend

Out of a magnum. What a pleasant surprise and a nice value. Beautiful nose. Still very young but couldn’t help myself — 3 days ago

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Joshua Fisher

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where is faugeres again?
Raul Puga

Raul Puga

@Joshua Fisher Languedoc Roussillon I believe

Gérard Bertrand

La Forge Boutenac Corbières Carignane 2003

Velvety mouthfeel, dry with a pruny note. Carmelized red fruits. Wonderful finish. — a day ago

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Bernard Magrez

Sagesse Languedoc Red Blend 2017

The color is a mix of crushed amethyst and rubies while giving a strong fruit scent. It’s silky tannins and fruity finish make this a lovely wine for a Friday night. — 6 days ago

Domaine de Ravanès

Les Gravières du Taurou Grande Réserve Vin de Pays de Coteaux de Murviel Petit Verdot Merlot 2003

Green spearmint dental floss, tobacco, oak, vanilla, cherry, cranberry, violet, green tannins, and plum.
— 6 hours ago

Domaine Léon Barral

Valinière Faugères Mourvedre Syrah 2007

Heard alot about this biodynamics producer. Has a burgundian feel to it. Dark fruit, violet, crushed rocks and minerality. Chewing gum aroma — 14 days ago

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Aubaï Mema

Albion Chardonnay Viognier 2016

Ron R

Many social platforms today use the term "social" (as an adjective) to describe the value they would like their platforms to provide. I feel many fall short. You have loads of friends on the other platforms; yet, they are friends of nobody, really. I consider Delectable to be different. @Bill Bender spoke of this so eloquently a while back. My prose in no way could ever rival a Cambridge Don, but I'd like to tip my hat to the points that he made. First, I have made many close friends here; you know who you are. I can't say that for LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, et al? Wine is sometimes considered an odd, and somewhat obscure passion. But I find clarity amongst this obscurity, because of your posts and scores that you share. But I always find gems, such as this one shared by Paul T. $5 from K&L, its criminal! Most of the peeps I follow share great tips, like this one! So for this reason, I thank Delectable for providing the opportunity to expand my true network of friends, and grow my knowledge of fine wines. Renovation update - second staircase has been removed. Additional framing has been installed to support the sheetrock behind the 2nd staircase. With any luck the second staircase will be installed just before thanksgiving. — 5 days ago

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Mark Turner

Mark Turner

@Ron R well said. I think the thing that differentiates Delectable is we all share the same passion for wine and genuinely want to share reference points with one another so we all get collectively smarter. As you have so eloquently pointed out, you don’t have to spend a fortune to find a bottle of wine you really enjoy. As long as it continues to be about sharing knowledge for the greater good this will continue to be a place to build friendships.
Ron R

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@Peter Zandbergen, Thank you so much!!! I love Belgium. I lived in Waterloo (ex-pat ghetto) for a year or so. I have promised to take my wife there, soon. When we plan our trip, I reach out to you.
Ron R

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@Mark Turner, I couldn’t agree with you more, and thank you for your kind words...

Clos Fantine

Cuvée Tradition Faugères Carignan Blend 2016

Super duper barnyard funky times. Slight frizzante — 6 days ago

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Château d'Oupia

Minervois Oppius Syrah 2016

Dominant Syrah. Another wine of truth that respects the fruit and the terroir without trying to constrain them. Tasty, racy, intense nose with aromas of black fruits and chocolate. powerful mouth with notes of leather. powerful but well-melted tannins, silky texture. nice minty freshness. — 16 days ago

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Domaine Canet-Valette

Le Vin Maghani Saint-Chinian 2014

Killer. Rich in red and black fruit, in herbs and incense spices, rich in body. Good lift from the acid. I wish I had had the patience to let it breathe for longer but it was heady out of the gate. Paired w Live/Dead. — 4 days ago

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Erik Longabardi

Erik Longabardi

@Chris Shultz you had me at live GD. Period
Chris Shultz

Chris Shultz

@Erik Longabardi i think it was 50 years ago today...
Erik Longabardi

Erik Longabardi

@Chris Shultz and still banging!

Mouressipe (Alain Allier)

Cuvée Galapia Red Blend

off the beaten track. it is a wine both avant-garde and ancestral. 100% 100% Mourvedre, 100% natural and byodinamic. No sulphite. It will delight the curious in search of authenticity, lovers of difference, demanding palates. Beautiful author wine. — a month ago

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