Category Archives: French wines

Top 400 Wines: Once in a Decade – 2010-2019 – James Melendez

There are many top 100 wine annual lists and I produce one as well.  I love the research and review of wines I taste yearly. Thought, I have never found it an easy task as I taste a large set … Continue reading

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April 2018 Wine Reviews – James Melendez

Just a few wines to share with you for this brief review for April. Some like to say Rosé season is on the horizon.  I always say Rosé is 365 days a year and 366 on a leap year.  Rosé … Continue reading

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Smaller Beaujolais Producers – In Time for Thanksgiving and Beyond – James Melendez

Don’t think of Beaujolais as only for Thanksgiving.  Wondrous for Thanksgiving but fantastic year long.  I love Beaujolais white wines – I rarely taste and glad to experience. On a visit to Paris last Fall I had the privilege of … Continue reading

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