Are you familiar with Maury? Do you know about the dramatic garrigue landscape, Catalan influence and varieties of wines, many of which spend time baking in the sun? Or its newest appellation called Maury Sec?
Located in tiny Roussillon (Languedoc-Roussillon), Maury is even smaller. Because many people know other wine regions or cities in France, this map helps to pinpoint the location in the larger scheme of things.
Join us on Twitter at 11am eastern time / 17:00 CET on June 19. Simply use the hashtag #Winophiles to locate the conversation and join in. We have a Q and A chat and anyone is invited to join in, posing and/or responding to the questions.
If you want to know more about Maury before our chat and articles go live, head to “Get to Know Maury in Roussillon“.
Here is a preview of articles, which will be live for the Saturday chat.
- “Linguini with Tuna and White Beans and a Rose from Maury” written by Wendy at A Day in the Life on the Farm
- “Clapassade + Chateau Saint Roch Chimeres 2016” from Camilla at Culinary Adventures with Camilla
- “Sipping sweet Maury Vin Doux Naturel in strawberry season” from Linda, My Full Wine Glass
- “Coming home and finding a new home – the stories of two wines from Maury” as told by Robin from Crushed Grape Chronicles
- “The Maury Region” from Cathie at Side Hustle Wino
- “Looking at the Sweeter Side of Maury” from Susannah from Avvinare
- “Maury Savory and Sweet” shared by Jeff at Food Wine Click!
- “Two Sides of Maury in Roussillon: Sweet and Dry” from Lynn at Savor the Harvest
- “A Search for Roussillon’s Maury #Winophiles” shared by Gwendolyn from Wine Predator