Entre-Deux-Mers


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Entre-Deux-Mers

(French ɑ̃trədømɛr)
n
(Brewing) any wine produced in the area of the Gironde between the rivers Dordogne and Garonne in S France
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This is a perfect example from the right bank in Bordeaux where Sauvignon can be very light and crisp in Entre-Deux-Mers or more rounded when blended with Semillon to the west.
Chateau Argadens is a much raved about Entre-Deux-Mers outfit and their 2015 Bordeaux Superieur was described by Jancis Robinson as "hugely enjoyable".
Chateau Le Coin Sauvignon Gris 2016 Entre-Deux-Mers, PS10.99, Laithwaites.co.uk, with its earthy apricot and citrus bouquet, holds its own with a turkey dinner.
Chateau Le Coin Sauvignon Gris 2017 Entre-Deux-Mers, 2016 (PS10.99, Laithwaites) has a flash of lemon on the nose and a playfulness of stone fruits such as apricot and peach.
The nose has some bright exotic fruit notes showing a modern approach to this Entre-Deux-Mers.
A good entry level white from the famous Baron Philippe De Rothschild empire, Mouton Cadet Sauvignon Blanc 2013, Bordeaux AOC, France (PS9.99, www.ocado.com) is an elegant sauvignon blanc and the negociants (partner wine-growers) in the Entre-Deux-Mers (between the Garonne and Dordogne rivers) bring all their expertise and best grapes together to produce this bright white.
Many come from Entre-Deux-Mers, which has clay and limestone.
First of all, this 2005 Bronze medal winning Chateau Fondarzac Entre-Deux-Mers White Bordeaux wine was from France and capped with a cork which is a real step up for this keyboard pounding wretch.
The next day onwards to the bucolic delights of the Entre-Deux-Mers in spring.
According to decanter.com, the zones hardest hit were in Entre-Deux-Mers where producers lost not only this year's crop but next year's as well.
Less a physical place than a series of moods, Puertolas's Bordeaux is symbolized by the famous writer-philosopher Montaigne, whose essays on solitude, friendship and the self seem to have inspired Puertolas's own reflections, and by the Entre-Deux-Mers wine region which, with its reference to the "in-between," is associated in the novel with transitory spaces and psychological states.