Wine Wednesday: Chateau d’Oupia Les Heretiques Pays D’Herault 2016

This Wine Wednesday is dedicated to Chateau d'Oupia's Les Hérétiques Pays D'Herault 2016. Made with old vine Carignan, it is lovely with dark plum fruit aromas, earth and spice in the mix. According to the website of their importer, Louis Dressner, "half of the wine is fermented in barrel with a maceration of 30 days.... Continue Reading →

Mas Du Bosquet – An Unexpected Find From Minervois

Today's post is about a wine from an area in the Languedoc called Minervois. Initially it was supposed to be part of a larger blogger group chat called the French #winophiles who are diving into the sunny wine regions of Corbières and Minervois this Saturday, January 20th. The area is nestled between the mountains and... Continue Reading →

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