Tuesday, May 5, 2009


Campo Eliséo 2003, Lurton Rolland partnership in Spain in the Toro appellation. Simply delicious, so different from the “ancient” and rustic Toro. Powerful, with incredible balance. I strongly recommend to taste it “blind”.

Quinault L’Enclos 2000, still good, even very good. We drank it during a meal in addition to La Gomerie 2006, which I also recommend to drink blind to prove the high quality of these wines inspired by the “garagist” movement.

Porto Quinta Do Infantado 1995 and Armagnac Castex 1985 with Virginie de Valandraud 2006 still too young.

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