You know the deal, the more some folks learn about a topic, the more shortcuts/slang/acronyms/initials/technical jargon can be tossed around. I’m here to help you understand those sometimes mysterious words and phrases, thus – Wine Words Demystified!
This week’s phrase is Garigue..
A word used to describe the arid landscape of Provence and the southern Rhône, which is covered with dry scrub and tough, resiny wild herbs, such as rosemary, thyme, and lavender. The wine of Provence and the southern Rhône are said to smell and taste of garigue, garrigue in French.