Tag Archives | Gaillac

Domaine du Moulin, Gaillac Cuvée Speciale 2015 – now with malolactic fermentation

In November we tasted new wines from Domaine du Moulin in Gaillac. It was a barrel sample taken before the malolactic fermentation (read our comments here). We have now tasted the same wine, still a barrel sample, but with the malolactic fermentation in barrel completed. Was there a difference? Absolutely. The acidity was still quite […]

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Gaillac gets vendange tardive

Vendange tardive is a designation that means that the grapes are harvested later than the normal harvest – that is actually the literal translation of the word. It is perhaps not something that one often thinks about but it can actually only be used for wines from the Alsace in northern France and Jurançon on […]

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Domaine Plageoles, Gaillac [F] | BKWine TV

Interview with the winemaker Bernard Plageoles of Domaine Tres Cantous / Domaine Plageoles whose winery and vineyards are in Gaillac in the south west of France (Sud-Ouest) Bernard talks about his peculiar wines and the unusual grape varieties he uses, e.g. the Ondenc (white grape) and the Prunelard (for red wine). Language is French. (Entretien […]

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