The French #Winophiles in Bordeaux: Peek at Graves & Entre-Deux-Mers

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The French Winophiles are touring the Bordeaux regions of Graves and Entre-Duex-Mers. Learn about Graves, according to Wines of Bordeaux as:

“Dotted with Grands Crus classés and discreet vineyards, these terroirs enjoy high-quality soils and microclimates conducive to winegrowing.”

And Entre-Deux-Mers, which is nested between two bodies of water. Wines of Bordeaux says:

The Dordogne and The Garonne: two rivers influenced by ocean tides that behave like inland seas!

Illustrating the best in food, wine and travel from these spots are the following writers and bloggers:

Jeff from Food Wine Click! gives us a Quick Weeknight Meal: Cod Packets with Graves

Wendy from A Day in the Life on the Farm offers A Gravelly Bordeaux

Michelle from Rockin’ Red Blog is Diving Into Bordeaux Wine with Winophiles: Graves

Camilla from Culinary Adventures with Camilla is having Pizza Night with a Lalande de Pomerol 2011

Christy from Confessions of a Culinary Diva is sharing her perspective on these regions

Here on L’occasion we are celebrating Harvest in Bordeaux 

Join us Saturday, September 17th at 10:00 am central for a live twitter chat using #Winophiles and share your favorite food, wine and travel experiences featuring Graves and Entre-Deux-Mers.

Join us for our upcoming tours:

October 15th – Jura

November 19th – Beaujolais

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. I love the wines from Entre-Deux -Mers!

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  2. Jerry says:

    Recently at a wine sale in France picked up a 2015 EDM for 3,50 euro. No question that a retiree’s wine budget goes way, way farther over there.

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    1. Jill Barth says:

      I’d love to hear more about it!

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