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November 18, 2009


Tom in Houston

Very interesting and thought-provoking post. Thank you!

Christine Bennett

Thank you for your work. I learned a lot! I am grateful.
Christine in "Nelson County"

Ray Walker

Very interesting and informative post. Wish I
knew you were out here...


Claude Kolm

These things are more common than one expects. Think of the terraces at Côte-Rôtie or the Kaiserstuhl (http://gogermany.about.com/od/picturesofgermany/ig/Black-Forest-Photo-Gallery/Vineyards-in-Black-Forest.htm ). I don't think anyone objected to Henri Jayer's applying dynamite to create the Cros Parantoux. In the case of the Folatières, looks as though it was unplanted land -- what do you expect them to do, pull each plant and tree out by its roots? Don't know what was going on with the Clos de Verger.

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