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October 09, 2011


Hunter Goss

Bertrand, I don’t think you should worry that you are posting too many articles about the décuvag. As you observe, there are so many real differences to each winemaker and region. I think these articles are quite informative and I hope others are enjoying them as much as I am.

I also like the part about the black trumpets.

Rick Rainey - Forge Cellars

I will try and send some pictures shortly of our little project in the Finger Lakes of New York where we are making Pinot Noir and Riesling. This is interesting because the team consists of two Americans and one Frenchman - Louis Barruol from Chateau St. Cosme in Gigondas.

Last week we were emptying our fermenter of Pinot and though the fermenter is of very good quality from the cooper Taransaud, the door to remove the spent grapes is VERY small. We must shovel everything out through the door into buckets and then hoist them into the air with a fork lift to put them in the press.

I'm finding all your articles VERY interesting as they are giving me some ideas on how to improve our situation. Thank you very much for your detailed writing and photography.

BTW - I too love the trumpets, we've had a wonderful year for mushrooms.

Buy Wine Online

I have just discovered your site and as an avid wine lover, Frequent visitor to France and an avid photographer I must say it is exactly the sort of content I want to read regularly. I look forward to a lengthy read.

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