Meet Brett When it came to football, Brett Favre was one of the best in the game Meet Brett #2 This, when it comes to wine is probably one of the single most controversial subjects when it comes to wine so I expect a bunch of backlash. Remember this is just one person’s blog and […]Read More It’s Not Funk, It’s A Fault!!
A.O.C. In The Southern Rhone When most wine consumers think of the Southern Rhone of France, they think of Cotes Du Rhone, Chateauneuf Du Pape, Gigondas and Vacqueyras. How often do you think about Rasteau?? The Rasteau appellation covers mostly the commune of Rasteau, but also includes some vineyards in Cairanne and Sablet. 47 hectares […]Read More Hidden Affordable Gem In The Rhone!
The Southern Rhone Valley Along the Rhone River you have the dominant Syrah based wines or 100% Syrahs of Cornas, Crozes Hermitage, Hermitage , Cote Rotie. As you can see on the map, the Southern Rhone , which is mostly Grenache Dominant Wines you have Cotes Du Rhone, Vacqueyras, the famous Chateauneuf du Pape and […]Read More “G” In Gigondas Equals Grenache
One of the most famous French Wines in the World is from the area in the Southern Rhone Valley in France is called Chateauneuf Du Pape (The New Home Of The Popes). There are 13 grape varietals permitted to use in this area. For the Reds the most popular or widely used are Grenache, Syrah […]Read More A Poor Man’s Chateauneuf Du Pape
Since my Thanksgiving Video Post was about Rose wines that pair well with the entire Thanksgiving dinner, I thought I would speak about a unique one from a unique area that was featured in the video. Where Is Tavel? As you can see buy this map, Tavel is located in the Southern Rhone Valley of […]Read More Tavel: A Rose For A Red Wine Drinker!
First, if you are going to become a True Wine Enthusiast, you should invest in a small Wine Fridge as featured in the Video. This is not for everyday drinking bottles but some special ones you want to save for awhile before opening. Rhone Valley wines from North To South like this Chateauneuf Du Pape […]Read More Hi Ho Silver..!!! Become A Rhone Ranger!!
The Ventoux (formerly Côtes du Ventoux) appellation lays between the area designated as Côtes du Luberon (now Luberon) in the south and the massive Mont Ventoux to the north. It is a large appellation covering some 50 communes over an area of 5800 hectares and producing over a quarter of a million hectolitres of wine […]Read More Do you VENTOUX (VANT-TO) Drink Wines From VENTOUX?