Editor's Note: Contributor and Editor, Rémy Charest, looked at the challenges of creating brand and identity for Languedoc, traditionally considered "a provider of high-volume plonk." This article explored the reorganization of this major French wine region and some expected outcomes derived from insights on the Millésimes du Languedoc tasting attended this spring. –Ryan Reichert, Managing Editor
This is a complex, food-friendly, fun bottle of wine. Drink it with fried pork tenderloin in the Midwest or wiener schnitzel where you can get it. Highly Recommended (91).
This is a very pleasant food wine. Recommended (88).
An acidic palate cleanser, pair this with rich seafood. Drink with stuffed flounder. Recommended (88).
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