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January 05, 2012


craig underhill

Great to see an article on Gaillac and the wines of south-west France. A region with such potential to be "discovered" and enjoyed.


This post makes me want to cry! You are the luckiest guy in the world. Thankfully even in my little city of Richmond, Virginia we have access to a few lovely wines from Gaillac, though it is hard to get people to try them. We do have a small dedicated following though. Love your posts! http://richmondwineculture.wordpress.com/2011/06/15/giving-it-up-for-gaillac/

Tom Fiorina

A nice article about Domaine Plageoles, Bertrand. I'm honored that you put a link from Robert Plageoles to my wine blog. He's a legendary ampelographer. I did a one-month "vendange" harvest with them in 2010, and learned a great deal from Robert. If you return to the Toulouse area again, please let me know. I'd enjoy meeting you and discussing wines from the southwest. Tom Fiorina


I'm ready for my tour and tasting.

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