3 wines to try, buy and put by
A cutting-edge L'Amourier red from Luc Lapeyre, a palate-cleansing Lugana from the Zenatos in Italy and a muscular Montalcino.
Multiple epic vintages from Bordeaux, better priced Côtes-du-Rhone and cleaner offerings from south-west France has created an identity crisis for the Languedoc. A regional appellation and Sud de France branding has compounded matters. However, the great wines, the experimental wines and the over-delivering on price wines are still there. Here is a cutting edge winemaker at the peak of his game. Unfiltered grenache, mourvedre and syrah dance with garrigue fine hot heather and herb notes....
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