"When I came, as well, I made the decision to keep the hundred-year-old Carignan, which was the big production grape in the past, in the Languedoc." Stephan Kandler of Chateau Tourril on the evolution of wine in the Languedoc
- July 06, 2017Categories: WinemakersTags: winemaker , stephan kandler , roussanne
- July 31, 2015Tags: roussanne , rhone wine , grape varietyWhat did Roussanne ever do to you?
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