L'eau & Le Feu

Jean Francois Jacouton

Terre de Feu Cornas Syrah 2016

Nose is blueberry and blueberry flower. Very pretty.

Palate is fresh. Some mountain stream. A hint of licorice.

Very easy to drink.

Bought from fass selections.
— a month ago

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Gambino Vini

Feu d'O Terre Siciliane White Blend 2018

Mostly Grillo. I love this Italian grape. Grillo and summer go perfect together. — 9 months ago

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Nice! Cheers!🥂

Domaine Belluard

100% Pur Jus Gringet

This seemed to have skin contact. Definitely a geek wine. We enjoyed this with breaded chicken breasts and arugula salad. I prefer Belluard’s Les Alpes and Le Feu to this. — a day ago

Josh, Daniel and 6 others liked this

Jean-Paul & Benoît Droin

Valmur Chablis Grand Cru Chardonnay 2012

Fleur blanche, citron, mineral, pierre, avec une bonne tension. Peu de plaisir... probablement Mauvais match sur le bord du feu avec des guimauves mais le moment était superbe — 4 months ago

Daniel, Jean-Philip and 4 others liked this
Nicolas Duchesneau

Nicolas Duchesneau

Chablis grand Cru avec des guimauves, ca m’avait jamais traversé l’esprit! 😂

Gambino Vini

Feu d'O Sicilia Bianco Inzolia Catarratto 2018

Lovely Sicilian white blend, hard to pin down with a blend of Grillo (66%, used in Marsala), Catarratto 22%, Carricante 12%. Lemon curd, white flowers, salinity and a touch of green pineapple. No oak, lovely sipping wine. — 7 months ago

Josh, Dan and 2 others liked this

Château Pontac Monplaisir

Pessac-Léognan Red Bordeaux Blend 2003

Quand ta grand-mère te prend en guet-apens de fin de journée en l'occasion de l'anniversaire de ton fils en l'honneur de la cave de feu son mari — 2 months ago

Domaine Ricard

Pierre á Feu Sauvignon 2019

“Pierre à Feu is sourced from Vincent's thirty year-old Sauvignon Blanc vines that are planted on the silex (flint and clay) soils that extend east from the Cher River. When I asked why he named the wine Pierre à Feu (French for "flint", or literally, "firestone"), Vincent smiled, "The name 'Silex' was already taken," [by Didier Dagueneau's estate, who produces a similar cuvée of Sauvignon grown on flint and clay; however, the cost of one bottle of Domaine Didier Dagueneau "Silex" is about the same as a six-pack of Domaine Ricard Pierre à Feu.]

In the glass, this shimmering pale yellow-gold Sauvignon Blanc reveals enticing aromas of white grapefruit, bergamot, lemon verbena, and gun smoke, along with apricot, green mango, sage and orange oil, as the nose evolves over time. On the palate, the wine is silky, polished, precise and persistent, with a fine core of yellow-green citrus and exotic fruit flavors that echo the nose, all seasoned with its namesake flinty minerality throughout a seemingly endless finish.” — Moore Brothers
— 2 months ago

Camille Benitah

Terre de Feu Lake County Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Mellow blackberries and raspberries, along with a musty, earthy smell on the nose and palate. Not a very old Cab Sauv but tannins that we’re softer, not yet a full velvet but close. — 8 months ago

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