Terres D'avignon

Terres d'Avignon

Côtes du Rhône Red Rhone Blend

Excellent bouquet, very smooth. Excellent full body with currant, blueberries, hint of plum and blueberries. — 3 months ago

Jacquesson & Fils

Dizy - Terres Rouges Rosé Brut Champagne Pinot Noir 2007

Lovely dense strawberries on the nose. Some yeast. Palate is fresh strawberries. A kiss of pleasant bitterness. — 4 days ago

Brendan, Aravind and 2 others liked this

Domaine des Terres Dorées (Jean-Paul Brun)

Charme Extra Brut Blanc de Blancs Crémant de Bourgogne Chardonnay 2016

This has a richness and austerity rare in the under $30 world. It’s complete, elegant, and sophisticated. Green and yellow apples, Asian pear, lemon, and misty yeast backdrop. — 2 days ago

Alex, Sharon and 14 others liked this

Jean-Luc Colombo

Terres Brulées Cornas Syrah 2015

Warm and expressive. Well structured fruit, not too ripe and definitely no Jammy flavors. A good display of florals and earthy flavors. A bit of a departure from traditional Syrah but definitely worth the trip. — 9 days ago

Dawn liked this

Domaine des Terres Dorées (Jean-Paul Brun)

Morgon Gamay 2017

High acid and crunchy berry fruit, but there’s a great deal more. Spice-accented aromas with a violet-like florality. Outstanding framing and depth, with a great sense of finesse on the palate. The minerality and elegance are wonderful. I love Jean-Paul Brun’s wines more all the time. This is one of his finest. — 10 days ago

Daniel, P and 8 others liked this

Moussé Fils

Special Club "Les Fortes Terres" Pinot Meunier 2014

Moderate acidity, raspberry Brioche. Moderate intensity and finish. — 3 days ago

Terres d'Avignon

Selected By Kermit Lynch Côtes du Rhône Red Rhone Blend 2017

#tbt one of the Adventures Club picks for September. Really nice and smooth blend, think I need to stockpile some... ! tasting notes mention soulful and also black olives, which the bottle still smells like. — a month ago

Domaine des Terres Dorées (Jean-Paul Brun)

Terres Dorees Beaujolais Gamay 2017

Haven’t tasted in a while, have always been biased towards these crunchy, layered & elegant cru Beaujolais. ‘17 Brouilly version is nice & taut, that snappy freshness on entry. Black cherries & wild raspberries. With air really deepens & finds another level, much broader & long finish, strong mid palate, & solidly medium weight. Love it or leave it. Louis Dressner importer. Oh, and for about 20$. — a month ago

P, Amr and 5 others liked this