Le Soula breaks the red barrier
22 Jan 2008 by JR
According to this lengthening thread in the forum, purple pager George Biswas has had a most unfortunate experience of the 2005 white of Le Soula, the first top ranking wine to emerge from the upper Agly valley near Perpignan, site of France's most exciting wine developments yet without its own appellation or even, now that Fenouillèdes doesn't exist any more, its own distinctive Vin de Pays. This is a joint enterprise between biodynamic (though uncertified so rather a cop out) grower Gérard Gauby, UK importers Richards Walford and local grower Eric Laguerre who also produces the great-value Le Ciste. As any faithful...

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