Articles tagged with the word "carignan":

Minervois versus Corbières

Published on May 18, 2013

I thought it about time I try to get to grips a little with the difference between these two adjacent Languedoc appellations. For too long I’ve not accorded them their individual identities.

Sparkling berries

Published on December 26, 2012

A revelation of carbonic maceration.

Prestige Carmagnole 2011, Côtes du Roussillon Villages – Caramany

Published on October 27, 2012

A delicious southern French red blend from Marks and Sparks. Yum

Domaine d’Aupilhac

Published on May 24, 2012

Sylvain Fadat is a pioneer of Monpeyroux, one of the top Languedoc locations for making wine, and a pioneer of varietal carignan.

Corbières Boutenac

Published on April 28, 2010

A developing theme in the Languedoc is the creation of a small band of crus appellations, or stand-out regions, which are capable of producing better wines than the generic Languedoc appellations. Corbières-Boutenac achieved cru status in 2005.

Roussillon: a region for all seasons

Published on July 13, 2009

In the far southern Mediterranean corner of France lies Roussillon, from where some of France’s best, under-rated reds emerge.


Published on June 4, 2009

Priorat in the north-east of the country is the source of some of Spain’s most sought-after red wines.

Alvaro Palacios

Published on June 2, 2009

Alvaro Palacios in Priorat

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