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Hugo Stewart, Les Clos Perdus, Peyriac de Mer: Calce, a small village in the Roussillon at the Mediterranean end of the Agly Valley, not far from Perpignan,...

Tags:  biodynamics, Agly

Over the past few years I have been increasingly impressed by wines made from a grape that is hardly ever written about and of which the authorities in the region where it is most important seem...

Monty's Dry White - £8.99 Adnams Find the Allende Blanco 2003 - from €11.16, $17.99 and £15.49 This week's wine combines two of my (relatively few, I hope, though probably...

Tags:  Agly, Maccabéo

See related thread in Members' forum Regular visitors to this site will know that I do my utmost to cater to those tens of thousands of you who live outside Britain. Every now and then...

Tags:  Agly

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...

Tags:  Agly

Find this wine   I have finally fallen in love, and with a southern French wine whose biggest component is Carignan – not even particularly old Carignan. This stunning young...

Tags:  Agly

Find this wine I know I have been banging on about it since at least 2003 (see Maury/Fenouillèdes and Le Soula Blanc 2001 , for example) but there is a little corner...

Tags:  Agly, Maccabéo

  Find these wines This must be the finest co-op wine in the world, and one of the best-value French wines available anywhere. It dazzled those who attended my second...

Tags:  very old wine, Agly

find this wine - from £5.99, $11.99 and 5.43 euros There is no particular connection between today's wine of the week and Halloween except that it, like so many red wines made...

Tags:  Agly

Jeff Grier of the esteemed South African wine producer Villiera has long had a close relationship with the far south west corner of France, notably via Jean Louis Denois, who set up and then...

Tags:  Agly

Visiting a wine producer near Perpignan in the far south of France last August, I was surprised to bump into one of my fellow wine writers Monty Waldin reaching deep into a sack of dried nettle...

Tags:  biodynamics, Agly

Those intrigued by the little hotbed of red wine activity in the upper Agly valley in Roussillon in south west France should know that this year these wines, from a wide range of ambitious...

Tags:  Agly

This wine, made in the region described in my article on Maury/Fenouillèdes - a great new region for dry French red - is really stunning. No, it's not red. Indeed it's the only dry white wine...

Tags:  Agly

Okay. Now those of you who are au fait with French wine lore will already know that it is a solecism to refer to the Languedoc-Roussillon as a single region. The Languedoc is the ancient land of...

Tags:  Agly

I recently had the chance to compare three great dry white 2003s from a corner of France not commonly associated with such a style, the rocky hills of Roussillon in the eastern Pyrenean...

Tags:  Agly, Roussillon
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