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May 17, 2012

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Richard Ewen

We just returned from the Cheverny area of the Loire and did indeed enjoy many nice wines. Very interesting article. We don't get many wines from the Loire area in south-central Texas, US, but through Houston we do have a great selection of French wines, and getting more every year.

Monroe

Insurgé rules! Just beautiful natural wine with a lots of beautiful fizz in the beginning. A happy wine. Not similar tasting but uplifting like a Frappato. On par with Lemasson in style. So good.

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