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September 05, 2016

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Bob R

Enjoyable piece. I will have to try Calek's wines again, since the one time I had a bottle here in the US, I was a little disappointed, since I had read so much about him. I'm pretty familiar with that area, since we've spent a couple of weeks there on 2 occasions. One producer we got to know quite well is Jerome Mazel/Domaine Jerome Mazel in Pradons, whom I wish would get more press, and a US importer. He makes outstanding wines, and when I wrote about him 6 years ago (http://mainelywinenews.blogspot.com/2010/04/domaine-mazel-jerome-mazel-master.html), I thought he'd develop more of a following. By the way, I looked back at my pictures of Valvigneres from our most recent visit, and I saw several with La Tour Cassee in it. I didn't realize at the time that it was such a well-respected restaurant.

Gregg McPherson

Thanks for posting this. We are going to track down an bottle and review it on www.californiawineryadvisor.com. We love introducing wines from outside the US to our readers.

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