Côtes de Provence

CHÂTEAU PEYRASSOL: THE MARC OF SUCCESS

We had a blizzard last this week. Winds were whipping across our house and, at times, it seemed through our early 18th-century home. The day-long storm dumped about a foot of snow by the time it was all over. Temperatures were way below freezing (hovering around 8°F/-13°C during the day) for several days before this historically late snow storm. Several inches of snow still blanket the ground but, as I write this post, the sky has evolved from various shades of grey into a baby blue with gorgeous pink and purple tinted clouds, the kind Maxfield Parrish might have painted in the last years of his life here in New Hampshire. It’s not your traditional rosé weather (although I will confess to opening more than a few bottles nonetheless…they chill well in the snow, requiring just a few minutes to reach the perfect
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Provençal Pairings: Wine with Food

{Good} Accidents Will Happen

As I mentioned in my post last month, I was in Paris for Christmas and bought a couple of Provence wines for the dinners I was making in our apartment. Both wines were completely unknown to me; I chose based on the regions, labels, and the price point. Of the two whites available, I chose the one from Domaine de la Pallière; the other white sold for €3.00 bottle and, while it might have been perfectly good, it was Christmas and I wanted something a bit more special.

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