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December 30, 2009


Chris Kissack

Thanks Bertrand, a great write-up. I enjoyed reading this.

One point concerning Fesles (which sounds like a great match for the apples); although the vintage in question was made during Bernard Germain's tenure, the property has since been sold (in 2008) to Grands Chais de France.

Thanks again, keep it up, a great blog!


Thanks Chris for your info. I wonder if this change of owner had some impact on the winemaking, seems that a heavy weight wanted to buy itself a nice Chateau...


Thanks, for this write up. Living in Texas, USA this has given me some great ideals regarding apples.

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