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July 28, 2006

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hikalu

I've taseted one of his wines before at a wine tasting event.
It was le regard du loir, Pineau d'Aunis. I took a photo below then. One of us said it smelt like white pepper, which mean spicy? I just sipped the wine pleasantly then..

http://monsemainier.blogspot.com/2006/04/bourgogne-in-april.html

I've told my favorite wine shop owner about this article. and He saw this page pleasantly. There are some of his wines left in the shop too.

happylaney

What an incredible interview. The pictures, the underground cellars, the recording of the fermenting wine, the guy's attitude about making wine; all very unique. I will have to say that I am not familiar with the term "pearly" to describe wine. I love the thought in my head of a little old French man down in his cellars with wine that is still fermenting in July, and having it turn out o.k. Fascinating.

Joanie

Your cellars are so picturesque and quaint... I can only imagine the wonderful wines that come from them!

Amber Kelps

Hello everyone...looking forward to using this site!

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