Tag Archives: Cairanne

New Adventures on the Wine Route

The first book I read when I was thinking of becoming a wine importer was Kermit Lynch’s Adventures on the Wine Route.  And I think if you asked most people in the wine business, they’d tell you it was an early … Continue reading

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Our wine is better than your water

[Update: I learned today that while my translation is literally correct, the photo to the left is actually a very clever play on words. First, the “water” is real bottled water that’s produced in Sainte Cécile les Vignes, which is … Continue reading

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If you have to be stuck behind a truck…**

You’ve probably seen lots of photos of the harvest in wine regions throughout the world.  It looks beautiful – those full clusters of grapes, the wine-stained hands of the workers, the greenery of the foliage, and the shadows cast by … Continue reading

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