Chateau Sainte Roseline Cuvee Lampe de Meduse 2014 A blend of 35% Cinsault, 35% Grenache, 10% Tibouren, 10% Mourvedre, 5% Syrah and 5% Rolle. “Her pale dress is slightly salmon. The nose reveals intense and complex notes of strawberry and white flowers. In the mouth we find the freshness of citrus fruit. Fat and round it offers a very long ... Read More »
Chateau Sainte Roseline Cuvee Lampe de Meduse 2014 A blend of 35% Cinsault, 35% Grenache, 10% Tibour...
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Chateau Musar is a winery steeped in tradition. Part of the Fertile Crescent, Lebanon has played hom...
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Chateau Musar is a winery steeped in tradition. Part of the Fertile Crescent, Lebanon has played home to wine producing grape vines for more than 6000 years. In fact, the high-altitude Bekaa Valley is home to some of the most elaborate and best preserved temples of the Roman god of wine, Bacchus. Perched along the 34th parallel, this rich valley ... Read More »
Winemakers in the Chambolle-Musigny region of the Cote des Nuits for four generations, the Hudelot family has a long-standing reputation for quality. Using land inherited from his father Paul, Domaine Hudelot Baillet was established by Joel Hudelot and his wife Chantal Baillet in 1981. Today the estate is comprised of 8.5 hectares (about 21 acres), of which one is planted ... Read More »
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