SFChron: Bonne on Languedoc Whites

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SFChron: Bonne on Languedoc Whites

Postby TomHill » Sat Feb 15, 2014 9:24 pm

Somewhat interesting article in today's SFChron by Jon on some of the Languedoc Whites:

Nothing really earth-shaking but gives a nice look at an area that most don't think of for white wines.
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Re: SFChron: Bonne on LanguedocWhites

Postby Rahsaan » Sat Feb 15, 2014 10:48 pm

For a while, when I was living in Paris, I was digging the fresher Languedoc whites. Interesting grapes, full flavor profiles, but the right producers/grapes/vineyards don't have to be heavy or overdone. And it didn't hurt that they were so well-priced. However, I eventually gave up on the wines. In part because there is so much other compelling stuff. But also because it was hard to try to get a handle on 'terroir' as there wasn't the same selection of producers all working the same vineyard/village as you find in the Loire/Germany/Austria. It seemed more scattershot.
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Re: SFChron: Bonne on Languedoc Whites

Postby Bob Parsons Alberta » Mon Feb 17, 2014 10:24 am

There are some names there I am quite familiar with but alas no chance of finding over here.
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