Category Archives: France
A few days ago, I enjoyed a wonderful, wine-full evening with some friends. We decided to open a 2005 Clos Du Joncuas Gigondas double Magnum (3 liters). Today I want to share my thoughts about this wine with you. Gigondas AOC Gigondas is a town in the southern Rhone Valley of France. Only a few
French Sangiovese Château des Hospitaliers is a family-owned winery from Languedoc, France. I met the vintners of Château des Hospitaliers at the Forum Vini wine fair last November in Munich. If you want to know more about Forum Vini then read my two posts about it. (Part 1 and Part 2) The winery cultivates 40
A wine from one of my favorite grapes In the northern Rhône wine region of Frances lie the vineyards of La Maison des Terroires Vivants – a winery that is dedicated to organic wine production. The winery produces the incredible amount of 32 different wines and is located in the town of Villeneuve les Béziers.
Domaine Richeaume Domaine Richeaume is an organic winery in the French region Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur. The winery produces six red, three white and one pink wine. Olive oil is also manufactured on the estate. Cuvée Columelle is the first wine that I’ve tried from the winery. The wine is produced mostly with 50% Cabernet-Sauvignon and 40%
Yesterday night I attended a very nice wine tasting evening. We tried a bunch of different Italian and French wines. I can tell you right away that I enjoyed that night very much! Unlike the Azienda Agricola Bianchi wine tasting, this one was a private event that we hosted with a bunch of fellow wine