Blason Louis French Wine Club – Wine Tasting and Review

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We were looking for a new kind of experience with wine. We wanted to be able to expand both our knowledge and tastes for different wines. We found a new love for wine in Blason Louis.


Blason Louis is a premiere club derived of both seasoned wine connoisseurs and budding enthusiasts alike. Those who share a love for wine and wish to enjoy some of the best French wines available. Blason Louis makes it possible to sample different types of wines from different regions of France without costing you a fortune.


In this video, we have briefly reviewed 4 different red wines from Blason Louis. We tried a Pommard, a Sancerre, a Cote-Rotie, and a Chateauneuf-du-Pape. The Cote-Rotie was our favorite of the four with the Chateaneuf-du-Pape coming in at a close second. Our least favorite wine out of the four was the Pommard. It was just a little too earthy for us. The Sancerre was an undecided vote in either direction. We preferred the fruitier wines in the group.


This was a fun way to try new wines and learn about the different types of wines and the various regions that they come from. Each wine came with a little card that described each one and gave a short bit of info about where it’s from. Blason Louis has allowed us to share a very special offer with our visitors, so be sure to visit their website and join the club. We can’t wait to see you on the inside. 🙂


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