Tag: Languedoc-Roussillon

Five biodynamic red wines from Gerard Bertrand

Five French Biodynamic Red Wines From Gérard BertrandPR SAMPLE 

 mywinepal  December 27, 2023

The Gérard Bertrand winery, nestled in the heart of the Languedoc region in southern France, boasts a rich history steeped in tradition and innovation. Established by Gérard Bertrand, a former rugby star, the winery has consistently pushed the boundaries of winemaking excellence. His first vintage was in 1975, following his father and grandfather Paule Bertrand. One notable aspect of Gérard’s commitment…

Champagne Bollinger at Provence Marinaside

Ring In the New Year with Budget-Friendly Celebration at Provence Marinaside

 mywinepal  December 11, 2023

If you are still thinking about what to do for a New Year’s celebration, Provence Marinaside in Yaletown is offering a fantastic option.  Here is their press release. ~~~~~~~~~~ (Vancouver, BC) – The classic song asks “What are you doing New Year’s Eve?” There are so many options out there it’s hard to choose, however one that is worthy of…

Languedoc Masterclass with Gérard Bertrand booklet

The Languedoc Masterclass with Gérard Bertrand at VanWineFest 2020

 mywinepal  March 3, 2020

My first Masterclass at the Vancouver International Wine Festival 2020 was about the wines from the Languedoc region produced by Gérard Bertrand and moderated by Anthony Gismondi.  Gérard Bertrand is the ambassador of the fine wines of Languedoc-Roussillon around the world and owns 16 estates with their unique terroirs in the region.  The Languedoc has, in general, had a poor…

Chateau de Sancerre Cuvee du Connetable

Vive la France at the Vancouver International Wine Festival 2014

 mywinepal  March 23, 2014  1 Comment on Vive la France at the Vancouver International Wine Festival 2014

While the big draw for many people to the Vancouver International Wine Festival this year was sparkling wine, and French Champagne, specifically, there were many other wonderful wines to sample.  For this article, since France was the Theme Country, I would like to concentrate on their wines, sans Champagne.  My Champagne article is here. Every region in France is known…