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    Michel Chapoutier, Bila-Haut Rosé

    Home Wine Regions French Wine Michel Chapoutier, Bila-Haut Rosé by Tim Lemke - Sep 14, 2014 A couple weeks ago I published a review of Michel Chapoutier, Bila-Haut Cotes du Roussillon Villages, at wine that absolutely blew me away by how awesome it is. So I had to post a review of another wine from the Bila-Haut line, their rosé. This rosé comes from the Languedoc-Roussillon area in France.

    6 readers - By CheapWineRatings.com

    Domaine de la Pépière Pepie Bulles n/v

    The Loire Valley makes far too much delicious, affordable wine for anyone’s good. It’s near impossible for other regions to compete with its diversity, quality and downright silly pricing. One of my favourite Loire domaines is Domaine de la Pépière, a top producer from Nantais that makes amazing and very well priced wines suitable for far more than the stereotypical oysters pairing.

    6 readers - By Just Grapes

      Champs de Gaillard Red Bordeaux Blend – A Steal!

      CheapWineRatings.com - - 6 readers - I generally walk right past the Bordeaux section when I’m in a wine shop. It’s not that I don’t like Bordeaux, I just don’t like paying too much for my wine. But apparently I’ve been making a mistake and I’ve been missing out. There’s a lot of hype in the marketplace about Bordeaux. It’s been like that for years and has resulted in prices skyrocketing — particularly for some sought-after names.

      Daily Wine News: Terroir and Drinkability

      Terroirist: A Daily Wine Blog - - 6 readers - Sep 11 Posted by David White | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 09-11-2014 On Reuters, Oliver Holmes profiles Domaine de Bargylus, a Syrian winery that’s still producing wine despite the civil war. Bling. “The younger wine drinkers are paying more attention to the broader landscape of wine and are more interested in terroir and drinkability and food friendliness and the story behind it.

      Best LCBO Wines: Vintages Release September 13

      Natalie MacLean - - 5 readers - You can access the 79 wines that I reviewed for September 13 as a text wine list with my complete tasting notes, scores, food matches and the stock for each bottle in their closest LCBO stores. You can also see my wine reviews for August 30 ...

      Mont Pierre Fitou Reserve 21012

      Golly's Wine Drops - - 5 readers - The weather is turning colder, the nights are drawing in. It’s still August so I’m hopeful of warmer days ahead before winter really sets in. It’s not quite time to crack open the full rich reds, but it is time to start thinking red wines.

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      Wine Tasting in Oregon’s Willamette Valley

      … Joseph Drouhin is a French wine producer based in Burgundy France, founded in 1880. Today both Maison Joseph Drouhin and Domaine Drouhin Oregon are owned and operated by the great grandchildren of Joseph Drouhin. Owned by Burgundy producer. Hand crafted wines by 4th generation winemaker Veronique Drouhin-Boss Pinot Noir grapes at Domaine Drouhin…

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      Michel Chapoutier, Bila-Haut Rosé

      …Home Wine Regions French Wine Michel Chapoutier, Bila-Haut Rosé by Tim Lemke - Sep 14, 2014 A couple weeks ago I published a review of Michel Chapoutier, Bila-Haut Cotes du Roussillon Villages, at wine that absolutely blew me away by how awesome it is. So I had to post a review of another wine from the Bila-Haut line, their rosé. This rosé comes…

      6 readers - By CheapWineRatings.com

      Domaine de la Pépière Pepie Bulles n/v

      …The Loire Valley makes far too much delicious, affordable wine for anyone’s good. It’s near impossible for other regions to compete with its diversity, quality and downright silly pricing. One of my favourite Loire domaines is Domaine de la Pépière, a top producer from Nantais that makes amazing and very well priced wines suitable for far more…

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      TGLF: The History of Provence Wine

      … France. Santé! Follow binNotes | a wine blog: | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest Copyrighted 2014. All Rights Reserved. Image: Courtesy F.Millo/CIVP Filed under: France, French Wine, French Wineries, Provence, Rosé, Terroir, Wine, Wine Tasting Tagged: CIVP, France, Provence, provence wine, rosé, vin cuit, wine, Wines of Provence…

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      Winebits 350: Three-tier, wine prices, wine marketing

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      Best LCBO Wines: Vintages Release September 13

      …You can access the 79 wines that I reviewed for September 13 as a text wine list with my complete tasting notes, scores, food matches and the stock for each bottle in their closest LCBO stores. You can also see my wine reviews for August 30. You can add my wine picks to their custom shopping list with one click and access that list…

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      Rosé d’assiette: Perfect Food Pairings

      …Rosé has continued to be my favorite wine this summer. As it’s the last unofficial weekend of summer with lots of cookouts, I wanted to bring Rosés that would stand up nicely with bigger foods that were being served. Often Rosé can be too light to pair well with food, but rosé d’assiette, or “plate” in French, are ones named for the their pairing…

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      Laurent Miquel Vendanges Nocturnes Cinsault Syrah 2013

      …It’s still August, I can still drink pink wine with pride. I’ll drink pink wine in January, but I’ll be a bit discrete about it. Pink wine is my one weakness. There’s plenty of roses out there, and lots of them are good, just so long as you steer away from things called “blush” or wines that are advertised with a group of women giggling…

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      Mont Pierre Fitou Reserve 21012

      …The weather is turning colder, the nights are drawing in. It’s still August so I’m hopeful of warmer days ahead before winter really sets in. It’s not quite time to crack open the full rich reds, but it is time to start thinking red wines. This Mont Pierre Fitou from Sainsbury’s was sitting in the wine rack, minding its own business until I felt…

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      Nolita’s Newest Wine Bar!

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