Category Archives: Côtes du Roussillon

April 2019 Wine Reviews – James Melendez

April was a very quick month–just like each year January and February are relatively calm and after that we all seem to be on a proverbial banana peel. I do loving tasting so many wonderful wines during the month. Jason … Continue reading

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Grenache and Garnacha: San Francisco Dinner and Tasting: A Memorable Variety – James Melendez

I went to a splendid dinner at Piperade north of San Francisco’s FiDi to honour Grenache Day 2017 the focus was from NE Spain and SW France namely: Cariñena, Calatayud, Banyuls, Rivesaltes, Côtes du Roussillon, Campo de Borja, and Somontano. … Continue reading

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Côtes du Roussillon – Wines of Distinction, Easily Accessible – James Melendez

Wines of Côtes du Roussillon is about wines for a focused tasting and a clear journey.  Côtes du Roussillon is not thought of as appellation but rather as the name sake of the gigantic region often and only mentioned as … Continue reading

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