- Starts:February 4, 2021 8:00 pm
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For lovers of classically proprotioned, structured reds that still well with rustic home cooking, there are few better places in the world to explore than the ancient kingdom of Gascony in southwest France. Here you'll find wines with longer traditions than Bordeaux, a variety of native grapes, and practically unbeatable value, particularly since so many estates seem to have older wines. For whatever reasons, the estates of south west France often have older vintages available at very reasonable prices. Tonight's letter is B, as we try the dense and inky Bouscasse red from Madiran, the structured, elegant Berangeraie Cahors from Cuvee Juline and the mature and meaty Beaulieu from the Marmandais hills. Prepare your pate and plate your terrines!
Bouscasse 2011, Madiran - £18.50
Berangeraie Cuvee Juline 2016, Cahors - £17.90
Beaulieu 2010, Marmandais - £14.50
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