Elisabeth & Francois Jourdan

L'Argentier Vin de Pays du Gard IGP Vieilles Vignes Cinsault 2011

2011. Last bottle of L’Argentier. It was great to have multiple bottles their Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault, and Rosé in the cellar this past decade. Always drinkable and great with food. The Grenache was my favorite, but the age on this Cinsault mellowed out the tartness and underripe flavors I noted early on. Big cherry on the nose and initial taste, then some spicy earth and smooth tannins. — 2 months ago

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Les Demoiselles Coteaux du Languedoc Syrah Blend 2005

Surprising finesse for an '05 Languedoc — 9 years ago

Château L'Argentier

Grès de Montpellier Grenache Blend 2011

2011. Last of the nine bottles I purchased from winemaker dinners back in 2013. We are making beef stew today, and I knew this fruit forward, mild tannin wine would work great in the braise (and for the thirsty cooks!) — 2 years ago

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Elisabeth & Francois Jourdan

L'Argentier Vin de Pays du Gard IGP Vieilles Vignes Carignan 2013

Delicious carignan, not dry bit ripe and works well with rich foods. Mild tanins round out the dryness and has lingering molasses notes on the nose. — 9 years ago


Rosé d'Aramon 2012

2012. Found an older bottle in with some newer vintages in my cellar. Held up remarkably well and still tastes of strawberries. One of our favorite roses. — 9 years ago

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Gres de Montpellier 2011

Gift from Scott Wilkes — 8 years ago

Château L'Argentier

Vieilles Vignes Aramon Rosé 2014

Last swim of the Maine summer requires this rose, crisp, bright, beautiful salmon color. Perfect! — 9 years ago


Coteaux Du Languedoc Red Blend 2011

Needs time, but with potential yet to be unpacked. Fruity Grenache leads the way in this cool climate rendition. — 9 years ago