A smiley face for the Chateau Rives-Blanques mauzac, Occitania, in this massive guide produced by France’s celebrity wine-tasting duo, Bettane and Desseauve. “These wines always have great freshness” they said.
Rives-Blanques is most proud to have two of its wines included in this elite selection, chosen by the leaders of the British wine trade: a number of sommeliers, writers, and importers, headed by Gerard Basset MS MW. One of them, a Limoux blend of chardonnay, chenin blanc and mauzac, caught the eye of the Harpers […]
The celebrated wine critic, Jancis Robinson, devoted her Purple Pages today to the Summer 2013 collection of 40 Languedoc wines, including the whole range of Limoux wines from Rives-Blanques. “Whites have joined the reds as worthy of serious interest” she said. Please click on the image for greater legibility.
Rives-Blanques gains a stripe, says Patrick Dussert-Gerber in his new wine guide, and lists the vineyard as one of his two new Languedoc laureats.
A very nice review of the wines of Rives-Blanques appeared in the famous Guide Vert of the best wines of France. Again, this respected guide insists that white Limoux wines made from chardonnay, chenin blanc and mauzac can be ‘remarkable’ when they come from high altitude vineyards. Those from Rives-Blanques are always a ‘sure bet’ […]