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June 03, 2015

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Bob Rossi

A terrific post. It sounds like you've done nothing lately but travel around France and taste wine. Une belle vie! While I have visited all of the wine areas you mention, I was particularly interested in your discussion of the southern Ardeche. Many young vignerons (including those you write about) have established themselves there recently, and many of their wines are imported into the United States (and even sold here in the back woods of Portland, Maine). However, one vigneron, Jerome Mazel, who is one of the best in the southern Ardeche in my opinion, rarely gets written about, and as far as I know his wines are not available outside France. If you get back to that area, you might want to check him out. I wrote about him and his winery back in 2010 in this blog post: http://www.mainelywinenews.blogspot.com/2010/04/domaine-mazel-jerome-mazel-master.html

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