La Pèira vertical and other Languedoc treasures
9 Jan 2014 by Jancis Robinson
An analysis of which of our many articles is most popular reveals that you seem particularly interested in the Languedoc. I'm thrilled by this as I sincerely believe that the best wines of the Languedoc represent some of France's best value: great hand-crafted, terroir-influenced wine, generally without the price tags associated with the most famous (I nearly wrote 'best') wines of Bordeaux, Burgundy and the Rhône. Below most significantly is an account of all vintages ever made of the grand vin of one of the Languedoc's most ambitious estates, La Pèira en Damaisèla. These wines really are very good - as they should...

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