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Review: Wines of Armagnac’s Domaine de Tariquet

Domaine de Tariquet, located in France’s Gascony, is best known for its Armanagacs. But did you know the producer also makes wine? And affordable ones at that. The wines from this unusual region use traditional grape varietals to create unique … Continue reading ?
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