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October 04, 2012


L. M. (Lyn) Archer

Awesome post!

Richard Ewen

I've traveled through this region several Julys taking photographs for paintings and really love the countryside. I was based in St. Mammes near Fontainebleau and could be in Burgundy in a couple of hours. I haven't traveled during the harvest so reading this account was very educational for me. Thank you.

John Ingersoll

I love your blog! The breadth and depth of your knowledge and travels are inspiring. I have recently moved to Napa and am getting to know the area much better after 2 years of tireless winery visits. I wanted to share my first blog with you - in the spirit of "Napa meets Burgundy." I see that you have posted about U.S. wineries (California and Oregon) and wondered if you have been to HdV in Napa? Here's blog post #1 (of hopefully many). I would be honored if you would read it - here's the link.


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