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.

6th January, 2013
Unfiltered grenache, mourvedre and syrah dance with garrigue fine hot heather and herb notes in this L'Amourier wine.

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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