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Grenache Day September 19th

In some parts of the world Grenache is not a deeply appreciated grape variety but this is not true in Languedoc-Roussillon or the Rhône, Provence and of course the country where it hails from, Spain where it’s known as Garnacha. 653 more words

Food & Wine

Half Vacation, Half “B’ness” Part II (France)

Without a doubt, the more important part of my b’ness back in France this summer (having decided prior to arrival) was to seek out two additional domaines to add to my tiny portfolio, bringing the winery count to six. 1,412 more words


Bill's Best Bets - September part 2

September 18th Cellier Release
by Bill Zacharkiw

Back again with what to buy from the 2nd Cellier magazine release which will be Thursday, Sept 18. The last release ( 950 more words


Les Mages Water Leakage Illustrates the Importance of Having a TALR Solution in Place

A recent incident in Les Mages, a village in the Languedoc-Roussillon region in southern France, illustrates the impact water leakage has.

In this case, the leakage in the aged water mains occurred on a Thursday at the end of the working day around 4 pm. 263 more words

dans le noir

Yesterday night, we went to a very special restaurant in down-town Paris, called “dans le noir” where meals take place in complete darkness (truly “dans le noir”!). 186 more words


Taking the peace: neighbourly relations

Moving to the south of France sounds like the perfect way to spend your later years. However, the retirement dream of one British couple in Languedoc-Roussillon has become a nightmare – and all because of their neighbour. 204 more words

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