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September 29, 2006

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hikalu

I didn't know that the grinded trash was used as compost before. I know it's very hard to grow the grape in Champagne. Anyway it's good that the harvest in Leclerc Briant is going well in this year. I wanna try one if I find it.

Bonnie

Hello,

I really enjoyed reading this article. I am visiting France for the first time December 26, 2006. Due to unfortunate circumstance my friend in the south of France is not able to meet with me so in the last week I’ve be scrambling to make arrangements. I would love nothing more then to visit Leclerc Briant my concern is that you may not be open so close to the holiday. I am single and traveling alone and am planning to make this visit an amazing adventure and life experience in such a romantic and beautiful country. I am hoping you might be open December 29, 30th and or earlier December 31th? I can’t imagine a better way to experience or celebrate the end of a year and the begin another then to indulge you senses with wines with their bouquets, textures, complexities or the tiny explosions that delight you senses. It is alive, a science and every changing. My hope is also to purchase several bottles of wines and champagne’s and have it shipped to my home in Philadelphia, USA, if allowed.

I realize that there is a very good chance that you may be closed for the holidays and I may very well be disappointed. If that is the case, might you be willing to suggest any vineyards or producers that might be open?

My plan is to take the train from Paris, however I may rent a car obtain a map and pray I don’t get lost.

I will be staying at this location I found in google, 02130 Fère-en-Tardenois near Reims 31 Dec-06 until the 1- Jan 2007. However, I’m sure I could take a train earlier if you are available for a visit / tour or for me an exploration. If you know of a place to stay the 29 th or 30th of December, I would be open to that as well.

Thank you for you time and consideration.

Best regards,

Bonnie whyte

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