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December 24, 2009


Gavin Sherry

Chassin are making extremely good barrels. They've been highly sort after in Bourgogne and I've noticed them popping up in some of the better cellars. They're based in Rully and the head coopers, including M. Chassin, have decades of experience at the best tonnelleries, it seems.


Doesn't seem much like a train/railroad). No automatic crossing guards along route (at roads) - you can tell we're not in the USA here. :)

Stopping at a station for ONE passenger? Why is this station even open? Does it get more inefficient than that?

Gavin Sherry

Actually, that looks like a representative of the SNCF, the train authority.

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