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February 12, 2012

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Thierry Puzelat

Merci Bertrand ! J'ai juste noté deux boulettes : Le vin de l'Orléannais est fait de Pinot Meunier et non Menu Pineau ; Le "Vin Rosé", n'est pas un tri de Pinots de Rouillon (ça c'est le Cheverny rosé) mais 100% de notre parcelle de Pinot Gris vinifié comme un rouge !

Thierry

Bertrand

Merci pour la précision, Thierry, vous avez tellement de cuvées que je m'y perd...

Doug

It's this kind of winemaking, business ethic and reporting that keeps my faith in the wine industry! Thank you, all involved, very much

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