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oz #3 "When Auvergne cows go down under "

oz #3 "When Auvergne cows go down under "
The Salers cows are symbolic for Cantal department, in the Auvergne region, France, where the breed was created, by the mid of XIXth century. These red animals are tough, and yield a top quality meat. A bit suprised however to find such a stud in Australia ...

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Jan Landman
Jan Landman
its good to see they "exported"the best of France...as well they did with the wine knowledge ..the Australian wine is very god nowadays
3 years ago.
Thémistocle le Grec
Thémistocle le Grec
Australian wines, especially those from Barossa valley, are excellent, as far as I remember. Particularly Chardonnay white wines. But I don't agree with the mix of Cabernet-Sauvignon and Syrah, which also are found in other parts of the world, like Chile, Argentina or RSA
3 years ago.
Jan Landman has replied to Thémistocle le Grec
I'm not an expert JF..just like an occasionally glass of wine, and only if I'm not driving

The wine in the stores in Holland..not the specials of cause, are "nice" good to drink at dinner, German, France, Australian even RSA, Argentina or Chili.....for me..its ok

my absolute favorite: Chablis...(Chardonnay grapes I know)
3 years ago.
Thémistocle le Grec has replied to Jan Landman
Hi Jan! You cannot be criticized to be a fan of Chablis! :-)
Concerning Argentina wines, which I know a bit, my preffeed in red are those made of Malbec grape. In France, Malbec enters the mix in red Bordeaux wines, and is the main component of Cahors red wine. But Argentinian Malbec wines are quite different and, IMHO, by far better. Concerning white Argentinian wines, you should try, as an aperitive, Torrontes. It's great!
3 years ago.
Trudy Tuinstra
Trudy Tuinstra
nice and interesting
3 years ago.
Bernadette
Bernadette
Surprising!!!
3 years ago.