Tag Archives: French wine

Burgundy Travelogue Part one: wineblog #38

“… all the winegrower is trying to do is to put the land in the glass” – Joy Pygott   It is one thing to write about wine made in different parts of the world. It is an entirely different … Continue reading

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Beaujolais wine: wineblog #31

“Beaujolais is the only white wine that happens to be red” – Karen MacNeil “Beaujolais is the one night stand of wines”- Kermit Lynch There is a great tradition every year that always happens on the third Thursday of November.  … Continue reading

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Rhone wines: wineblog #18

                     map of the Rhone wine growing region in France Wine- one sip of this will bathe the drooping spirits in delight beyond the bliss of dreams, Be wise and taste.- John Milton  Like many people I often look for … Continue reading

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Burgundy: wineblog #17

                  Nothing makes the future look so rosy as to contemplate it through a glass of Chambertin. – Napoleon Bonaparte “I have never been a fan of Burgundy because it sounds, well, too French!”  This is a statement I have heard … Continue reading

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The process of wine aging: wineblog #6

“… And no one after drinking old wine wants the new, For he says, ‘The old wine is better’” – Luke 5:39 The process of wine aging Welcome to the next installment on wine cellaring.  It has been said before … Continue reading

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