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Team’s top picks Lauzon

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  1. of Isabelle P.
    June 26, 2024
    (Automatically translated) I love that green apple nose and well-balanced taste; perfect acidity. Bottled at home, very affordable, available in large quantities. I loved it as an aperitif, could also accompany a scallop ceviche or Nordic shrimp and apple salad... Very low sugar levels.
  2. of Isabelle P.
    June 11, 2024
    (Automatically translated) Excellent rosé wine for an aperitif with 75% Grenache Gris; A red grape variety and 25% Grenache Blanc. This wine is delectable for $15! Gérard Bertrand makes the best rosés at $300. Aromas of white nectarine, floral nose: small White flowers, honeyed finish on the palate.
  3. of Isabelle P.
    June 10, 2024
    (Automatically translated) Those who still believe that an organic red wine will lack taste; Try this beautiful blend of Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre. Ripe fruit, nice roundness, very slight acidity to balance its fleshy side. He is one of my top 5 in his category. Try it with a beef tartare!
  4. of Isabelle P.
    June 3, 2024
    (Automatically translated) This beautiful wine from Burgundy reminds me why I love this part of France so much. Winemaker Thibault L. What finesse this Gamay and Pinot Noir wine: all in small fruits and a peppery finish. Several pairings possible: Chinese fondue, seafood fondue with spices...
  5. of Isabelle P.
    May 31, 2024
    (Automatically translated) This rosé is perfection for me! So well balanced; it flows in the mouth too easily... Perfect pairing with lobster, crab or simply as an aperitif. Is made of Syrah, Grenache and Cinsault. Long live the small territories of Provence: Coteaux de Varois! In addition, it is organic and bottled at the château.