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Château Veyrac from the Past – Episode #488

In this episode of 1337 Wine TV, Mark goes back to 1996 for a wine from Château Veyrac. Link for the show: SommSelect – This is the page from SommSelect for this wine. N.B. that this link may eventually not work.

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Do You Know The Way to Santiago – Episode #338

In the episode of 1337 Wine TV, Mark finally reviews some wines he purchased from Somm Select. Somm Select is an online retailer started by Master Sommelier Ian Cauble that has daily deals. In this show he reviews the 2011 Chateau Teyssier from Saint-Emilion and the 2008 l’Hospitalet de Gazin from Pomerol. Links for the […]

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My Adventures in France 2011 – Day 3 – Saint-Emilion and Pomerol

This is the 5th part in my series of blog posts about my trip to France. My first really good night sleep on the trip has just happened. I left San Antonio on a Saturday and arrive in France Sunday morning. I don’t get to sleep until late that night and have to wake up […]

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Bordeaux 2011 – French Supermarket Wine pt.2 – Episode #186

In the video wine review, Mark reviews a wine he bought at the largest Supermarket chain in France, Carrefour, during his trip to Bordeaux. It is the 2009 Chateau Moulin Bellegrave. No Link for today’s show 🙁

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Bordeaux 2011 – Chateau Fonroque – Episode #181

Mark travels to Bordeaux, France to meet with Alain Moueix of Chateau Fonroque; a Grand Cru Classe from the Saint-Emilion Classification that practices Biodynamic farming. They talk about the Chateau and taste two vintages of Fonroque’s Grand Vin (1st wine). Unfortunately, the sound isn’t the best in this interview. The echo of the room combined […]

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