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August 14, 2008

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Andrew

Dear Bertrand,
Another fascinating portrait, both visual and written. I'm really interested in unusual natural wines and would like to know of any cavistes in Paris who sell Christophe's Menu Pineau. In Australia we play a silly guessing game called 'options' where the wine's identity has to be guessed without anyone seeing the label. Menu Pineau will certainly test the clever ones. If you are in Paris in October, can we buy you a verre and compare wine cultures and cameras?
Cheers - Andrew

Eric Samson

Christophe Foucher is an excellent wine maker and a VERY NICE GUY. This estate produces terrific wines. You can buy them at La Cave des Papilles (Rue Daguerre) or at La Cave de l'Insolite (Rue de la Folie Méricourt) just to mention two places. You can drink his wines in some good restaurants like Racines ou Le Dirigeable.

Michael Walters

Great website! I just finished reading Wine & War, how the French saved their national treasure from the Nazis during WW2. Hope to visit Alsace Loraine some day. Visit my website at: www.walterswine.blogspot.com

Felipe Mendez Ramirez

It would be nice and very informative to see, alongside the vineyards, the people and the cellar photos, the labels of the wines. For me, it works as a reminder, much better than the names or the apellations. Do you think it's possible?

erik de keersmaecker

Hi, I met Christophe yesterday in a tasting in Pecrot, Belgium, at laurent melotte's True Great Wines. What a nice guy, what a philosophy. Loved his wines (tasted two) and bought Le Printemps, a great rosé.

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