Linlithgow Wines: Photo Gallery Page 2
When he was seriously wounded at the battle of Verdun during the First World War, Private Gracia could not return to tending his vines. He became the “Tabataire” or tobacconist in a local village, a concession given by the French Government to many returning soldiers. Many years later, his grandson Bruno returned to the vineyards and in honour of his grandfather he named his estate “Domaine du Tabatau” – child of the Tabataire. Welcome to real wine made by real people.

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Rogues Gallery 2

Welcome to Domaine Morin-Langaran and their marvellous "Picpoul de Pinet."
Oh no, not another tasting.
The beautiful setting of Domaine Morin-Langaran.
There is always time for ice cream - this time in Meze.
Two local vineyards settle a long running dispute in the harbour at Meze.
Guess where? Tasting in the cold of January.
A drop of the hard stuff?
The verdict?
With Madame Orosquette in her office at Chateau la Grave.
The beautiful setting of the village (and now AOC) of Roquebrun in the St. Chinian region.
At a big tasting of all the Picpoul producers held in the cathedral like building of the former co-operative in Meze. Here with Caroline Morin.

All photos courtesy of Julie McDowell.

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