Category Archives: French wine

Pétrus, a dream for everyone, a reality for only a few

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There aren’t many people who can afford to buy and enjoy Pétrus, a legendary and mythical French wine. Will you be one of the lucky ones? We know Bordeaux as the most important wine region in the world, a French … Continuar leyendo

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The wines of Languedoc-Roussillon, Mediterranean France for everyone

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Known for being the largest table wine maker in France, the Languedoc-Roussillon region is trying to shake off the stigma of making large quantities of cheap wine so that they can show off the potential and quality of this large … Continuar leyendo

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Bordeaux wine: la Rive Gauche

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A few days ago we talked about Bordeaux wines and their significance on the international wine scene. However, we looked at only one of the regions, the Right Bank or Rive Droite of the Dordogne River. Today we are looking … Continuar leyendo

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Bordeaux wine: La rive droite

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For more than two centuries, the French region of Bordeaux has been recognized as the world’s first wine region. Bordeaux wine is sought internationally and many of the Châteaux producers are considered true legends by self-respecting wine lovers. Bordeaux is … Continuar leyendo

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A journey through the Loire Valley. – Part 2

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A few days ago we embarked on a journey through one of the most interesting and beautiful parts of France, the Loire Valley, which is the third largest wine region in terms of size. We passed through the Lower Loire … Continuar leyendo

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