Le Soula - my how you've grown
2 Aug 2010 by Jancis Robinson
I've been keenly following Le Soula, a joint venture between revered Roussillon winemaker Gérard Gauby and UK importer Richards Walford, since the debut vintage of 2001, a wine of the week back in 2003. This was the wine that spurred me a month or two later to go and take a look at the Agly Valley, where it is made, resulting in this 2003 Financial Times article chronicling the array of outsiders who had already staked a claim there - from Thunevin to Chapoutier via South Africa. It was therefore with particular interest that I seized the chance to taste every vintage made, red and white, in London recently. I can only wish...

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