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The Baron and the Jewel

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The Baron and the Jewel In 1868, Baron James de Rothschild of what was to become known as the ‘French branch’ of the Rothschild family...

A Wine for the Devil’s Throat

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  A Wine for the Devil’s Throat “The ancient Egyptians believed the god Anubis met each of us on the other side, and that he...

The Pariah

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The Pariah The Cabardès AOC is a tiny sub-region in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of Aude, France. Husband and wife winemakers, Stephanie and Olivier Rame are...

Penfolds ‘Super Blend’ Bin 802A

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Penfolds ‘Super Blend’ Bin 802A, Cabernet Sauvignon / Shiraz, 2018, South Australia  At an exceptional evening of Hikaru’s superb, contemporary Japanese cuisine at the...

A Thing of Kalimna (Beauty)

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A Thing of Kalimna I partly organized and then wholly attended a small ‘trade-&-friends’ dinner last week; it had a ‘bring-a-bottle’ theme, which is an...

The Beast

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 The Beast Mont Ventoux; for the world's finest cyclists its name is legend, “The Beast of Provence”, a will-sapping, heart-breaking, soul-destroying stage of the...
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Chateau d’Etroyes

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  Chateau d’Etroyes Mercurey The village of Mercurey was an important trading post for the Romans in the days of Empire. Set along the Arles-Lyon...
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Ruminantia Noir

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Wine of the Week - Le Grand Noir, Pinot Noir Robert Joseph Caveat Emptor; The ‘Le Grand Noir’ is owned in part by Robert Joseph, a...

Ostra e Vino – Old Vines, New Seas

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  Ostra e Vino - Old Vines, New Seas The Evening: Ostensibly a ‘new dishes’ try-out, at Tim Squires’ epicenter of all things seafood in Phnom...

Human, All Too Human

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My shameless love affair with Pinot Noir is widely known, Burgundy in particular but, we are not exclusive. A Glass of Noir Sweetness and silk on...