The Wine Enthusiast’s expert panel recently tasted 19 Roussillon wines (all looking for importers in the US) – and all 19 received great scores and glowing reviews! Click here to discover these Roussillon finds.
The new generation of Roussillon winemakers is helping the quality equation by keeping yields low. Combine the region’s natural advantages with relatively low land prices and it’s no wonder that savvy winemakers from around the world have been showing up, checkbooks in hand, to join the wine rush—thus putting Roussillon in... Read More
On August 14th, the wines of the Roussillon were the focus of db bistro moderne’s Tasting Table Tuesday. Executive Chef Laurent Kalkotour created and presented 5 delectable courses to perfectly complement the 8 superb Roussillon wines selected by Sommelier Caleb Ganzer, a great fan of the region, who shared a... Read More
Dry Rancio wines have crossed centuries of History and are a testimony to the Roussillon wine culture. Aficionados like to drink them at a temperature of 54◦F, at the aperitif hour with tapas, tapenade, and salted anchovies. They can be enjoyed with cheeses like Comté and dry goat cheeses. These... Read More
The 27th edition of « La Nuit de la Saint-Bacchus » took place on June 15th, 2012 in Perpignan. The winning wines were announced to the 57 producers participating in the contest on the stage of the Convention Center (Palais des Expositions). Created in 1984, Saint Bacchus is the most... Read More
Perpignan will host the 1st International Competition “GRENACHES OF THE WORLD” on Thursday, January 24th, 2013, a prelude to the Muscat World Meeting (25th, 26th, 27th January 2013). For more information about this unique event, please click here.
The 36th Annual Society of Wine Educators Conference took place in July in San Mateo, California. 8 exceptional Vins Doux Naturels Hors d’age (including one dating back to 1875 and one from 1925!) were tasted during a unique Roussillon wine seminar led by Eric Aracil. A truly amazing experience!