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Five Days In Languedoc- Roussillon: Chateau De La Negly

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Uploaded on May 19, 2011

As we worked our way towards the Pyrenees and into Roussillon we made a stop in La Clape. We were fortunate enough to be able to visit one of the most renowned wine makers of the appellation as well as the entire region, Chateau De La Negly.

The story of this chateau is a love afair with land and vine. A man, Jean Paul Rosset who inherited this mediterranean wonderland from his parents and turned it into some of the most celebrated wine in the area.

The information in this video is so plentiful that I had to put it into two parts or else it would be the legnth of a short film. In this video Cyril Chamontin, Jean Pual Rosset's pasionate winemaker takes us on a tour of the many vineyards on their property. I have never seen so many diferent soil types and terroirs in one place and my wine geek brain was on excitment overload.

Enjoy the tour and get ready for the next video when we taste the wine and meet the man who it all happened.

Enjoy! Share! COmment! Spread wine love! WINE TO THE PEOPLE!

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