Category Archives: France

Rose, summertime fun!

Embrace rose with passion!  Rose is made from red grapes with just enough of the skin to give them a remarkably brilliant light pink color. One huge misconception is consumer’s thinking it is a white zinfandel and sweet.  The opposite … Continue reading

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Laurent Perrier Brut Rose Champagne…Sultry delight!

There is nothing better than popping open a great bottle of Rose before dinner or as an apertif.  Laurent Perrrier Brut Rose has been my personal favorite Rose for years.  A very competitive price for a Rose. Made with 100 … Continue reading

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Chateau Saint-Go Saint Mont 2006

Last night I went to my wine cooler to enjoy a bottle of wine with my dinner.  I made a salad with some pasta and meatballs. Wanting a wine that would not over power my dish.  Two very good dear … Continue reading

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Margaux pronounced (mahr go) is the largest commune on the left bank in the Bordeaux region.  Chateau Margaux is an esteemed First Growth. They have  soil that is gravel with good drainage. The area produces refined and balanced wines with excellent aging potential. … Continue reading

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