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August 18, 2011

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Frank

mechouis - I can't find that word in the dictionary. From context I'd guess it's some sort of barbecue?

Bertrand

Yes Frank, a méchoui is a barbecue with a whole lamb, mutton or pig being grilled in the open. This story of mine is about a méchoui, we could say :
http://www.wineterroirs.com/2010/08/vignerons_bbcue.html

Hunter Goss

I love the photo of the wine being poured into a glass. I don't know how you did it, but you managed to capture all the attractiveness and color of Julie's Fleurie. And Fleurie is probably my favorite Cru Beaujolais.

I like the tractor, too :)

Adlermeanseagle

Great Post Bertrand - a few years back Randall Grahm started using sensitive crystallization for his new labels when he went all goo goo for biodynamics. They are quite beautiful images. - Josh

Hilary Annicchiarico

Really interesting, why is it so difficult to find Fleurie wine in Villeneuve sur Lot, I tried all the big supermarkets today but to no avail. Could you give me a clue where to find it locally? I live in Pauliac 47150

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