Domaine de Galouchey has the right to label their wines under the appellation “Bordeaux” but they declassify it vintage after vintage to a “table wine” in order to invite curiosity. Going one step further on this rebellious streak, it is also labeled as a “Vin de Jardin” or “Wine from the Garden.” This is in response to the “Vins de Garage” or “garage wines” trend, made popular in Saint-Emilion throughout the 1990s. For Marco and his partners, wine is a beverage that is produced outside, not in a garage. And since their vineyard is less than one hectare in size, it’s more of a garden anyway.
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