The most informed and informative article possibly ever written about Limoux was published by The Financial Times 15 November weekend edition.
The world-famous wine critic/writer Jancis Robinson said that Limoux was a ‘surprising enclave’, of interest to ‘anyone seeking French finesse and good value’. She maintains that it has « some of the country’s most interesting chardonnay vineyards » and that « by far the most interesting wines from Limoux are made by a small group of individuals. » She speaks from a uniquely informed postion.
The finest group of wines made here are surprisingly complex, refreshing still chardonnays, » she said, « and the best fizz can be a good value alternative to champagne. »
Rives-Blanques features in her list of the best producers of the Appellation, with all guns firing.
A more easily legible copy can be found on http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/a1b5b6ca-cfe0-11de-a36d-00144feabdc0.html