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MAY 30, 2012 [Pouilly Fume] The UK Market: A Look at Free Run Wine
Recently, Free Run created a brand called Les Calades (hidden gems) focusing on the Rhone and including four wines: a Crozes-Heritage, a Saint Joseph, a Sancerre, and Pouilly-Fume. so even though the Master of Wine programme is international, it still focuses very much on the UK trade.
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SEPTEMBER 18, 2008 [Pouilly Fume] Alice Feiring - In Vino Veritas
I did not know Didier Dagueneau, known for shaking things up in Pouilly-Fume, but his passion, eccentricity and force still touched me. I did not know Didier Dagueneau, known for shaking things up in Pouilly-Fume, but his passion, eccentricity and force still touched me home : wine recommendations : wine girl for hire : bio : articles : contact « Alice and Additives in the News | Main | Smoke Taint: true of false? Report from Sonoma.
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OCTOBER 5, 2006 [Pouilly Fume] A Bubbly Surprise!
I have yet to really explore the sauvignon blanc wines of Sancerre or Pouilly Fume (although I have tried a few of the more reasonably priced sauv blancs from Menetou Salon and Quincy). Yesterday I popped into Chambers Street Wines on the way home from work to ask them about a bottle of Loire white wine I bought there a few weeks ago.
BROOKLYN GUY LOVES WINE [Pouilly Fume] 2005 Vouvrays Have Arrived
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2006
Sancerre and Pouilly Fume
are of course well represented, but you can also find the lesser known (and lower priced) sauvignon blanc wines of Menetou Salon and Quincy. The 2005 vintage is supposed to be so good in many French wine regions, and the Loire Valley is one of them. When BrooklynLady and I were there a year ago all of the vignerons were saying this. MORE >>
BROOKLYN GUY LOVES WINE [Pouilly Fume] WBW 37 - Indigenous Grape Varieties
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2007
Yes, Sancerre and Pouilly Fume
produce highly regarded Sauvignon Blanc. And with this installment of Wine Blogging Wednesday , we enter the fourth year of monthly community wine blogging, a tradition Lenn thoughtfully brought to the wine blogging world. This month Dr. Vino is our host, and he has asked us to taste an indigenous grape variety , something less common perhaps. MORE >>