Art and vine

Art and vine

Music and wine

Music and wine

A room with a view

A room with a view

London's latest hotspot

London's latest hotspot

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vino CULTURal 

wine and art 

Joyce Delimata

 

the wine artist

A FEAST FOR THE EARS AND PALATE

Chateau Vougeot June Concerts

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A token of appreciation!

bringing in the burgundy

marina's malo masterclass

Every wine lover's weak spot

Every wine lover's weak spot

WINE TASTING IN GEVREY CHAMBERTIN

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The ultimate cork popper - gifts for wine lovers

A Burgundy Climat Explained

What makes a great winemaker? 2,000 years of history is a good start!

DOMAINE IN FOCUS - HENRI REBOURSEAU - COMING NEXT

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travel stories

12 minute reads - published in issuu magazine

 

short stories about personalities from france's rich history

Absent material ambition, instead of studying law, which was mostly as dull as dishwater, I would happily have lost myself in the history of Wales, its famous warrior Prince Owain Glyndwr, and other heroes of the Land of my Fathers.  However, added to the ambition, was a subliminal message from the chapel pulpit, that work was work, the rewards sweetened by sacrifice; whereas the study of history was thinly disguised escapism, if not self indulgent fantasy.  Well, 40 years on, and much legal dishwater down the sink, I silence the preacher each morning by cooking the eggs for our guests at Les Deux Chevres in Gevrey Chambertin; and then wander off to a land of medieval monks and 2,000 years of wine making, right on our doorstep.  The fantasy generally enhanced by an indulgent glass of Gevrey Chambertin at lunchtime - bien sur! 😀  Welcome to our Blog which contains short stories about Pre Revolutionary France, ancient and famous wine estates, Guides to Burgundy, and much, much more!

Paul Thomas 

 

GUIDES TO BURGUNDY

The Burgundy Guides

kitty fisher 

 london's social calendar

LONDON body and MIND

With an estimated 400,000 French nationals in the capital, London is described as France's fifth city, and is Burgundy's most important market for the sale of its wines.  

 

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a guide to where to eat and get fixed in London - coming soon

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