Category Archives: Languedoc-Roussillon

Binet-Jacquet, reds from the south of France

French-Swedish wine merchant Caviste put on a tasting of some wine from  Domaine Binet-Jacquet. This is a producer located in the Faugères appellation in the south of France, in the Languedoc-Roussillon wine regin. When I blogged about last year’s release, I wrote a short description … Continue reading

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Faugères wines from Binet-Jacquet

I recently tasted some wines from Domaine Binet-Jacquet presented by French-Swedish wine merchant Caviste. This is a recently started wine producer, with 2006 as their first vintage. Some words on Faugères These wines are from the Faugères appellation, located approximately in the middle of Languedoc in … Continue reading

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Three French wines tasted from WIT tubes – two red and one sweet

I recently tested samples of three French wines shipped in 60 ml glass tubes WIT, where they are stored under inert gas. Last time I tried similar samples I explained the concept in more detail, and had some comments on … Continue reading

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Some French and other wines from Roberson

London-based wine merchant Roberson Wine (I always have to stop myself from adding a “t” to their name…) also markets a select range to my native Sweden via a translated version of their website, and I recently tasted some of their … Continue reading

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