WBW #33 Languedoc-Roussillon value wines is here . . . enter your bottle by leaving a comment below

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(If you don't have a link because you don't have a blog, paste into the comment field your complete review once you have finished composing it -- as far as I know there is no maximum character count on what you can enter so use a word processor and knock yourself out... just make sure you aren't composing your review directly in the comment field since there's no save draft feature and it's very easy to lose your work with the touch of a wrong button!)

You can type in links like this: http://weingolb.blogspot.com/2005/12/how-dumb-was-that.html or you can even code it into the comment field using an < a > tag so it looks like this: http://weingolb.blogspot.com/2006/02/more-is-less.html. Or even better, so the URL is hidden and looks like this: click my link.

For full details on participating in WBW 33 you can go back to consult the announcement or leave a question or comment for me to answer at this link.

My WBW 33 entry will be placed right here in this post very shortly, like in 12 24 36 48 hours or so -- it's finally there now. Meanwhile I have some older write-ups of wines that would qualify for WBW 33 (like the links above). Feel free to peruse them for the timebeing.


huevosconvino said...

My WBW #33 post is located here, so go and enjoy! I reviewed the 2004 Mas des Chimeres Coteaux du Languedoc, a red wine from the Coteaux du Languedoc region that costs about $15 (sometimes a bit less, sometimes a bit more).

-- huevos con vino

huevosconvino said...

Uhh, just in case you can't read that link, here it is again.

maarten said...

Mine's up!

Kelly said...

We've got our double cleavage midi wines up here. Great theme Marcus!

winedeb said...

Hey Marcus, my first WBW is up. I reviewed the Laurent Miquel Nord Sud Viognier 2005, vin de pays d'oc

Andrew said...

Wine Sediments has (will have) an entry

winedeb said...

Marcus, this is Deb AGAIN, here is where you can find me for WBW in case the other did not work hereIam Thanks! Deb:)

winedeb said...

I am your problem child this time.
Let's try this one more time and if it does not work, well...
here I am

Barrld said...

Here you go


Cheers, Barrld

Bill Wilson said...

You can find mine here--great theme, and thanks!

Bill Wilson
The Wine for Newbies Podcast


Joe said...
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Brooklynguy said...

Hey Dok - Here is my WBW post:


I don't know how to make it happen simply by typing the word "here," as I can with blogger software. Can someone tell me how?

The Corkdork said...

Good Doktor, I've examined this wineand given it a clean bill of health. À votre santé!

Ruarri said...

I'm going to turn away form Syrah Grenache for this Wednesday and move toward the Domaine de Nizas Rose, which is only $14.99. I'll have my conclusion tonight! Thanks for hosting such a great theme Marcus.

Marcus said...

Ruarri, a rose sounds great -- and my review won't come until tonight too so no worries.

To all you other earlybirds, thanks for making an enthusiastic effort on Wine Blogging Tuesday! I like having all your comments with your URLs available here for all to see until I can do the roundup later.

For details on coding a link yourself (yes I'm looking at you Neil and Joe), please see this interactive guide (NOTE: you can ignore the html, body and p tags shown in this demo -- Blogger comments template already take care of those so just focus on the a tags).

Edward said...
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Edward said...

2nd attempt with some html!
Marcus, thanks for hosting, by effort is

Cheers and good luck with the compilation

Dr. Debs said...

Hi, Marcus! I've got my review of the 2004 Domaine Olivier Pithon Cuvee Lais up now. Thanks for a great theme.

Michelle said...

My entry, a bit late but still on Wednesday, is located right here.
- Michelle

farley said...

While I was a little off in the price range, I hope you'll still include me! (It's been a rough week).

Here's my post:
Wine Outlook

winedeb said...

Hi Marcus, I have another post up that I did at www.winesediments.net
It is on the CastelMavre 2003 Corbieres Grande Cuvee at $19.99 a bottle. Very nice bottle!

jens at cincinnati wine said...

I just posted my selection to Cincinnati Wine Warehouse for WBW #33.

Whatever you do, DON'T click here!

Ruarri said...

It was tough - we had to choose from 4 great wines - all exceptionally priced,but we eventually we found a winner. It's up here: http://grapethinking.com/wine-blogger-wednesday-languedoc-roussillon/

Serge Lescouarnec said...

Hello Doktor

My WBW # 33 entry is posted on 'Serge the Concierge'
Here is the link...

Let me know if there is any issue

Bonne Soiree

'The French Guy from New Jersey'

RougeAndBlanc said...

Hi Marcus,
My WBW #33 comment is here
and I want to add another Pic St. Loup wine here (from a month earlier):

grazza said...


Domaine de l'Arjolle Cuvee Paradoxe.


JD said...

Marcus, this is truly a great theme. I never had so much fun doing homework. Check it out here:

Joe said...

I'm live (really), and I do no how to do that (done it a hundred times, don't know how that happened...)

Box Wines said...

Dok W, thanks for doing the heavy lifting on this WBW! My post is WBW #33 - Languedoc-Roussillon value wines, with some additional notes at Chateau Tour Boisée Minervois 1999.

- Roger

Bryan said...

Hello all, Bryan from Vinilicious here. My second WBW, I again loosely interpreted the theme this month and decided to feature a fortified wine, the Clos des Paulilles Banyuls 2005 Rimage.

Daniel R Somerifeld said...

Lovely topic and elucidating.

My posting for "2004 Domaine de Bila-Haut Occultum Lapidem" the is at


Catherine Granger said...

Hi Marcus, thanks for hosting! here is my entry: http://manageyourcellar.blogspot.com/2007/05/wbw-33-2004-clot-de-loum-compagnie-des.html

Nate said...

Hi Marcus,

OK, I have two wines posted thus far, and a third that I need to write up from tonight!

Check out my Banyuls here, and my Coteaux du Languedoc "budget wine" (at $15, just inside the price range!) here.

I've got a review for a $20 Coteaux du Languedoc that I'll submit ASAP!

Thanks for the great theme!

John said...

Better late than never. (I hope.)

is my contribution for WBW #33.

Thanks for hosting.

Marcus said...

Hey John,

No problem with a late post. (Though my own entry for WBW 33 is stamped "Wednesday," that was the date it was created -- it didn't get posted till today in all actuality).

Besides, I can think of a couple other contributions that are still on their way anyway...

So keep them coming!

It's been a good turn out and I hope to spend time with all of them, so definitively better late than never!


Nate said...

Alright, one more late post!

As I mentioned in my first comment, I really went overboard with this, my inaugural WBW event, and tasted THREE wines from the Midi (two reds, and one Banyuls dessert wine).

You can read about our final (and at $20 our most expensive) bottle we reviewed here.

Again, thanks for the great theme Marcus!

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