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July 09, 2014



What an amazing place and a great post to match! love reading your blog! Cheers

Roelof Ligtmans

Well Bertrand, you seem to have set a new record for "micro-winery", or should I say "nano-winery". The picture of the Gamay vineyard makes me worry a bit, there is a lot of green stuff not being vines. In my experience in Burgundy, if I leave that much grass, I end up harvesting very few grapes if any - the vines do not like the competition. But maybe Auvergne is a blessed terroir alltogether ...


Thank you Mat, that was my pleasure to visit the place...
Roelof : I often feel the same in different vineyards I visit but here is seemed to me that the soil was draing well and that there wasn't much water anyway. I think the weeds take actually much of their water through the morning dew, not necessarily through the water already present in the ground (my theory...)


Thanks for a great report on Mito. She looks muscular now compared to her when I met eight years ago.
I am very happy to watch her on your blog!


Plants, also called green plants (Viridiplantae in Latin), are multicellular eukaryotes of the kingdom Plantae. They form a clade that includes the flowering plants, conifers and other gymnosperms, ferns, clubmosses, hornworts, liverworts, mosses and the green algae. Plants exclude the red and brown algae, the fungi, archaea and bacteria.

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