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RareWine Group Nov 21
Soon we will see the first Bourgogne 2019. Read Jancis' point and get ready to shop 😉👌👌👌
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Norbert Kraas Nov 20
Farmer walking. Geese cackling. Leaves turning. Automne en
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Philip Connolly Nov 19
Thanks for a) keeping the faith with Beaujolais Nouveau and b) improving the range so much. Keep up the good work. Naddolig llawen
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Albertine Nov 19
Back in stock and already flying off the shelves. Charm, elegance and precision as you would expect from @domaineraquillet This is one for the Christmas table! . . .
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Michael Apstein Nov 18
Continuing my research on 96s. All showed splendidly. Vibrant, as you’d expect from the acidity of the vintage, yet balanced.
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wineinfo Nov 18
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Château de Laborde - Hervé Kerlann Nov 20
Replying to @HerveKerlann
Life in the soil is also thriving, with a significant increase of earthworms, a sign of very good health.
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Château de Laborde - Hervé Kerlann 7h
Replying to @HerveKerlann
The dwarf clover is planted by hand. The seeds are spread manually on each row. The seed bed is racked lightly, and rolled on with a lawn roller. And then we let Nature do its job!
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kristof gillese Nov 25
Very exciting workshop/Zoom w/ to start the day! Much gratitude to our facilitator & host/wine guru ... glad to see so many friends & colleagues participating!
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GOVIN Grands Terroir Nov 22
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Bourgogne Wines Nov 18
The Jambon family has been in Pierreclos since 1752. Marc and his son created their own estate in 1996 and take an ecological approach to growing. Their wine was the last one to be tasted during this edition of . Which one did you like best?
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Vitabella Nov 19
"The family are particularly tied to the community and that supporting ¡Salud! is an essential way to demonstrate this appreciation and dedication."
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CRANE lab Nov 19
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Jean-Marc Brocard Nov 19
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Igor travel Nov 25
This moment when you know it's a great wine just by the cork. And it was indeed 🍷.
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French Travel Books & Wine Writer Neal Atherton Nov 19
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MOREY MEURSAULT 21h
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da silva catherine φ Nov 26
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Vitabella Nov 21
Has lost some of the protection previously afforded by record demand and minuscule production?
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tire-bouchon // bozzy 23h
First Fine de Bourgogne review on the blog… Jacoulot Fine de Bourgogne is a buttery, doughy and savory goodness every brandy lover has to have in their cabinet.
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