Terre du Sol Malbec “1733” 2012 Meaning “Land of the Sun” this 100% Malbec comes from the heart of the Languedoc-Rousillion region and famous home of Malbec, Cahors. A small family run farm that dates to 1733, the Domaine is known for producing creamy and light drinking wines. Produced stainless steel fermentation this hand-harvested, young vine Malbec is darkly fruity ... Read More »
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Wines of France: Join GM Hortense, French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF), and Food & Wine Magazine for a Tour of Bordeaux. French for New York Offering everything from preschool to adult language classes and cinema screenings to fashion talks, the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) is the go-to source for all things French in New York. This non-profit, non-governmental organization ... Read More »
French Wines Tasting: Domaine Catherine & Didier Tripoz Macon Charnay, Pascal Pibaleau La Perlette and Domaine de Terre Georges Et Cetera.
Wines from three small, family-owned wineries from three very different areas in France. Domaine Catherine & Didier Tripoz Macon Charnay 2012 This is a delicious, unoaked expression of Chardonnay from the Maconnais in southern Burgundy. It comes from a monopole – meaning that the nine-hectare vineyard of 45-year-old vines are owned entirely by Domaine Catherine and Didier Tripoz. Fermented and ... Read More »