Archive for the Tag 'Château Latour'


Bordeaux ~ The Aquitaine Region ~ partie huit

I’m learning about Bordeaux, a big piece of my wine puzzle that’s been missing since I began my wine journey in 1993. When one moves from a state like Maine to California, California wines just take over, especially if you make California wine your business and not a hobby. [Do you know that Maine is […]


Bordeaux and the rest of us are silently weeping for Denis and May-Britt Malbec

This blog story began on Thursday, April 14, 2016. I titled it: Bordeaux, You Can Bank On It, Partie Quatre. At the time, I had no idea that this story was about to take a very sharp 180 degree turn. [Denis and May-Britt Malbec at a reception for Respite Wines in Geyserville a few years […]


Celebrating Spring with Austrian Flavors Delivered by Szigeti and Zantho

Spring has sprung, the grass has riz, and I know where all the flowers is…. In my back yard, which I can’t get to because all of the darn rain. Ugh! Last night Jose and I were with the winemaking team of May-Britt and Denis Malbec. Denis is a third generation winemaker from Château Latour. […]


Malbec and Malbec Create a Respite Unlike Any Other

TITLE: Malbec and Malbec Create a Respite Unlike Any Other… Malbec and Malbec = Denis and May-Britt Malbec, the foremost wine making team, with a very unique background and amazing credentials. Respite = Respite Winery, the Alexander Valley, artisan treasure. Bringing the title together: I first met Malbec and Malbec at the recent Charles Reichel […]