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June 26, 2017


Taste of France

You can pretty much pick a La Livinière with your eyes closed and have a great wine. They are all really delicious. We very much appreciate the wines of Domaine Gourgauzaud, Château Massamier la Mignarde (one of its wines was voted best in the world by a U.K. magazine) and Domaine Borie de Maurel near Félines.


I'm doing a bit of research on Minervois and found your article interesting and helpful. The grapevine conservatory is particularly interesting- do you know if they officially named the newly found grape? Would love to visit the area and taste several indigenous (?) varieties, as well as wineries. Thanks for a great post!

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