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January 22, 2013


Rafa Bernabé

How wonderful. Centuries of history and wisdom. Beautiful photos. thanks


The canned goods likely weren't on the casks to keep them from rodents. Rodents can't eat through them. They were there because the person who placed them didn't want to bend over! This from experience.


I'm really enjoying seeing the variety of winerys you have visited. My mom and I are trying to find a winery we can stay at (sort of like a B&B) in the Loire Valley. Did you come across any on your time in that area?

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