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Barrel Tasting at SNOW’Vineyards part 2 – Love that Languedoc ep 46

Dad and I taste some barrel wines at my Domaine, O’Vineyards, because we’re totally snowed in and can’t visit anybody else. We’ll be back on the road soon though, now that the Languedoc isn’t covered in snow.

Make sure to watch PART 1 OF SNOW’VINEYARDS FIRST.

We taste a couple of our more prestigious crus and talk about local and global wine news, and liquid glass. Pretty fun episode. If you want details on the wines, I’ll post them on the O’Vineyards site. I don’t feel like making Love That Languedoc too advertisement-y.

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Snowed in that Languedoc – Episode 44

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Snow seems to be falling all around the northern hemisphere. And I am stuck at my winery. So enjoy an exceptional barrel tasting of my dad’s wines.

See the shocking conclusion in PART 2 AT SNOW’VINEYARDS

I try a new idea by talking about local news and wine news. We discuss Georges Freche’s upcoming election, the CIVL’s new leadership with Jeanjean and liquid glass, amongst other things. Let me know if you think this sort of news discussion format is interesting enough to bring back on a monthly or weekly basis.

Oh and azote means nitrogen. Not zinc. I don’t know where I got that from.  Nitrogen makes a lot more sense.  People say that snow helps fix nitrogen in the soil.

We try a few different samples but I’ll post all the details later at the Domaine O’Vineyard website since I don’t want this to get too advertisement-y.

Thanks for tuning in.

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