Category Archives: Aldeby Wines

Chateau Saint Martin de la Garrigue Coteaux du Languedoc Rouge “Bronzinelle” 2008

I’m tempted to call this one “Meaty, Beaty, Big and Bouncy”, partly because it is all of those things, partly because that’s one of my favourite albums, but mostly because it’s fun to say.  Go on, give it a go.  This wine has lots of everything.  It has a lavender, herby fruity smell, and an… Read More »

Languedoc

Congratulations to the lovely people at Aldeby Wines who know how to source excellent wines from the Languedoc without breaking the bank. This weekend the highly respected Jancis Robinson, wine writer for the FT, amongst other thing,  identified them as one of her go-to suppliers for the region.  I’ve been telling you that for ages,… Read More »

Ermitage du Pic Saint Loup

Disturbing news through this morning from Aldeby Wines. It seems that the good people at Ermitage du Pic Saint Loup only had a small harvest and all their wines this year have been allocated so there’s none available for UK retail. This is sad, however, I guess it does provide an opportunity to try some… Read More »