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  • Bourgogne Mercurey Agnès Dewé

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    Tasting Notes: Soft tannins, lively freshness, delicate notes of cherries and kirsch. Blend: 100% Pinto Noir Hold Time: Now or up to 10 years Pair With: Pairs well with beef - either roasted or bourguignon. Also try it with Chinese beef and onions, or charcuterie and cheese for an aperitif, or mushroom risotto.  
  • Burgundy – Cote Chalonnaise Annie Derain red 2017

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    Tasting Notes: Aromas of Rose, black cherry, berry, plum and currant. Fresh flavor, low tannins. Blend: 100% Pinot Noir Hold Time: Now or up to 10 years Pair With: poultry dishes (duck), cheese such as Taleggio or Gruyere
  • Chateau Bonnange Bordeaux Cotes de Blaye 2016

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    Tasting Notes: Nose of strawberry and blackcurrant. Delicately fruity and tannic with soft vanilla flavor. Elegant and well-balanced. Intense and persistent. Blend: 90% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon Hold Time: Now or up to 10 years Pair With: This excellent wine will pair well with red and white meat, such as “Pot au feu”, braised veal and capon in cream and truffle sauce.
  • Château de Portets Grand Vin 2015 Graves Red

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    Tasting Notes: Nose of blackcurrant and sweet chocolate. Strong and fruity body, balanced by freshness and silky tannin. Blend: 55% Cabernet Sauvignon and 45% Merlot. Hold Time: Now or up to 10 years Pair With: This full-flavored wine is excellent with red meat, game, duck or lamb: try the mythical 7-hour roast leg of lamb with luscious potatoes. This wine will even stand spicy or very tasty dishes. Bordeaux wines traditionally accompany the local porcini mushrooms, so a mushroom omelet or quiche is a good choice. For a simpler and quicker meal, try an assortment of cheeses and charcuteries, or a good old cheeseburger.
  • Château Hostens-Picant 2016 – Sainte Foy Côtes de Bordeaux

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    Tasting Notes: Aroma of plum and red and black berries. Silky, fresh and velvety, slightly tannic structure. Blend: 70% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Franc Hold Time: Now or up to 10 years Pair With: This full-bodied wine will pair well with red meats, prime beef or lamb, duck confit or duck breasts, and also, with strong cheese and mushroom dishes.
  • Château les Amoureuses – Les Charmes 2018

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    Tasting Notes: Fruity with black cherries and supple, silky tannins. Good structure and aromatic persistence. Blend: 85% Grenache and 15% Syrah Hold Time: Now or up to 5 years Pair With: A versatile and easy drinking wine that can be enjoyed with simple food such as: Hams, cheddars, pasta, pizza, and slow-cooked roasts of fatty pork and lamb. Pairs well with a bit of spice like in Indian curries and Moroccan tagines, or herbs in Mediterranean veggie recipes.  
  • Château Neyrac 2016 – Pécharmant

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    Tasting Notes: Aroma of Cherry and violet. Fruity and slightly tannic. Blend: 50% merlot, 18% cabernet franc, 32% cabernet sauvignon Hold Time: Now or up to 20 years Pair With:This wine can pair well with veal stew, stuffed turkey, and lamb rack. It will also pair well with the rich “salade landaise”: lettuce with duck fillets, gimlets and “foie gras”.
  • Château Real Martin 2015 – Côtes de Provence Red

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    Tasting Notes: Blackberries, light tobacco, and juniper aromas. It is slightly tannic, tasting of black cherries and a hint of pepper and licorice. Blend: 60% Syrah, 40 % Cabernet Sauvignon Hold Time: Now or up to 10 years Pair With: Wines from Provence pair excellently with Mediterranean cuisine, sun ripened tomatoes, eggplants, zucchini and peppers, along with olive oil and thyme. Barbecued lamb chops, beef or pork ribs will also pair well.  
  • Chateauneuf du Pape – Roque Colombe 2016

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    Tasting Notes: Full body, fruity with prunes, dry figs and caramel. Aroma of coffee, Toasted Bread, Cocoa. Blend: 70% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 10% Mourvedre Hold Time: Now or up to 10 years Pair With: Lamb, Beef, Tagine
  • Coteaux Bourguignons 2017

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    Tasting Notes: Cherry and raspberry aroma with a whiff of spices. Fresh but not acidic, fruity, very mild tannins. Blend: 100% Gamay Pair With: This wine will pair well with ham and charcuterie, and can be a lovely picnic wine, to be served cool. It also pairs well with pasta dishes and quiche.
  • Côtes du Roussillon – La Soulane red 2017

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    Tasting Notes: Black cherry, spices and a whiff of thyme. Ample taste of red fruit with soft tannins and spicy finish Blend: 50% Grenache/50% Syrah Hold Time: now or up to 5 years Pair With: Duck Breast, lamb shoulder. Grilled vegetables, pork ribs, beef casserole with anchovies or olives.
  • Domaine Deveney-Mars 2017 – Côteaux Bourguignons

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    Tasting Notes: Cherry, raspberry, and a hint of banana. Pleasant and fruity with well balanced sweetness and acidity. Blend: 100% Gamay Hold Time: Now or up to 5 years Pair With: Easily paired with a variety of foods if they are not too spicy or strong. White or delicate meats, poultry, hams and charcuterie, pasta dishes and steamed vegetables. Also, can be paired with fish for people who do not like white wines.
  • Domaine Ortola – Cuvée Nautica 2017

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    Tasting Notes: Structured well with a powerful taste. Silky and fruity. Hints of vanilla. Blend: 60% Syrah, 20% Grenache, 10% Carignan ,10% Mourvèdre Hold Time:   5 - 7 years Pair With: This powerful wine will pair well with beef carpaccio, or barbecued meats. It will also pair perfectly with duck breasts with honey, Mexican food, and strong cheese.  
  • Fleurie – Domaine Montangeron red 2018

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    Tasting Notes: Iris, rose, red fruit, vine peach. Bright, floral, fruit forward. light body Blend: 100% Gamay Hold Time: Now or up to 7 years Pair With: seared fish like Tuna or Salmon. French charcuterie. Creamy cheese like Brie or Camembert. White meat.
  • Graves – Château Haut Calens red 2015

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    Tasting Notes: Aromas of Cherry, red fruits and Licorice. Intense flavor, full-bodied, subtle cherry hints and silky tannins. Blend: 70% Cabernet Sauvignon,30% Merlot Hold Time: up to 7 years Pair With: Red meats, duck and cheese such as mild Brie or Camembert. Grilled or roast lamb with garlic and rosemary would also make a great pairing.
  • Hautes Cotes de Beaunes Famille Picard 2016

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    Tasting Notes: Spicy, suggesting red berries and cinnamon. Ample fruity flavor, hint of blueberry and moss, light tannin and balanced acidity. Blend: 100% Pinot Noir Hold Time: Now or up to 7 years Pair With: This wine will pair well will pork fillet, veal, or poultry dishes. Try chicken or turkey casseroles in creamy sauces, tasty not too spicy, and vegetarian food. Also, soft creamy cheese.
  • La Cavale 2016 – Luberon Red

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    Tasting Notes: Aromas of Ripe fruit, pepper and licorice. Complex fruity flavor with a truffle note. Blend:  50% Grenache, 40% Syrah, and 10% Carignan Hold Time: Now or up to 5 years Pair With: This is a Mediterranean wine and will pair well with Provencal recipes, like lamb leg with thyme and garlic, Tian de legumes, which is a baked mix of sunny tomatoes, zucchini, onions and eggplant, with olive oil and herbs. You can also drink it with barbecued meats and pasta dishes.  
  • Les Terrasses de Saint Christophe 2017 – Saint Emilion

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    Tasting Notes: Dry and powerful, lively acidity and velvety tannins. Red berries, spices, hints of licorice and vanilla. Long finish. Blend: 90% merlot and 10% cabernet Franc. Hold Time: Now or up to 10 years Pair With: This is a tasty and spicy wine that can stand Chinese and Thai food. It also pairs well with beef, lamb, or duck with tasty sauces or with mushrooms and truffles, and cheeses like Camembert or Brie.  
  • Margaux – Denis Lurton 2016

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    Tasting Notes: Aromas of violets, lilacs, truffle, cherry and plum. Full body, medium tannin Blend: 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot Hold Time: Drink now or up to 10 years Pair With: Grilled meat such as roast duck, steak frites. Mild cheeses such as Brie or Camembert
  • Pierre Sourdais 2018 – Chinon Red

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    Tasting Notes: Strawberry, vanilla, and cinnamon aromas. Fresh, supple, with tastes of red berry jam and hints of violet. Blend: 100% Cabernet Franc Hold Time: Now or up to 10 years Pair With: The area is famous for a great variety of charcuteries, game, and poultry. It pairs well with hams and pâtés, and various meats and cheese. But the wine evokes above all, grandma’ s old country cooking and calls for Coq au vin.
  • Saint Chinian Felix Culpa 2017

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    Tasting Notes: Notes of jammy red fruit, raspberry, mint and cedar. Rich and powerful wine with a silky palate, fine herbal spices, red berries and a persistent finish. Blend: 80% Syrah, 20% Grenache Hold Time: Now or up to 10 years Pair With: This rich and generous wine will pair well with prime beef, lamb leg, tapas and cheese. You can also drink it with spicy dishes. Some people would try dark chocolate, or even raspberry tart.
  • Via Caritatis Lux in Domino Red 2016

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    Tasting Notes: Aroma of vanilla and aniseed with well-balanced tannins. The persistent mouth reveals aromas of spices, blackcurrant and roasted coffee. Blend: 58% Grenache and 42% Syrah Hold Time: Now or up to 10 years Pair With: It will pair well with caramelized pork ribs, spicy fried chicken and barbecued grilled meat: beef or duck breasts, and of course Provencal beef casserole with tomatoes, thyme, garlic and wine.

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