I visit Domaine Treloar’s winery and vineyard out by Perpignan way down south in the Roussillon. We taste a rosé and a couple dry whites that show an interesting perspective on what we can do in the area. This video will also appeal to our commenters who have been asking for some of the quirkier varietals like Macabeu and Carignan Blanc.
Jonathan Hesford and I taste a dry Muscat called One Block White which is pretty wild. It smells a like Muscat, and you get a little lychee on the finish, but the wine’s got a real solid minerality throughout. La Terre Promise is also very good even though I fail miserably to talk about it in the video. The important thing to take away is that these are serious wines. And I like the idea of winemakers innovating some grapes like Muscat that are known mostly for their contributions to sweet wines.
Bruce Springsteen references made:
“La Terre Promise” is French for “The Promised Land” a classic from the Boss.