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Pinot Noir, the killer grape!

I will always remember someone in Nepal saying to me “I have no idea how to make a quality chicken curry but I know what one tastes like!” Sounds like he was into Stoic philosophy as it’s a sentence that Epictetus or Marcus Aurelius would have been proud of. 312 more words

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burgundi /burgundy

A mai színinspirációnk a vörös. Nektek hogy tetszik?

Color inspiration: burgundy red. How do you feel about it?

Color Inspiration

Dijon, home of the Dukes of Burgundy

Dijon may be famous for its mustard, and it may sit at the heart of one of the most prestigious wine growing regions anywhere in the world, but this glorious medieval city still feels like one of France’s most underrated cities. 655 more words

Travel

Drinking to Remember: Memory and Wine #MWWC34

Memory and wine make odd bedfellows.  We drink to forget, right?  Those hangovers from downing two buck chuck definitely did not build more gray matter.  That second (or third) bottle certainly wiped out a few evenings. 683 more words

Burgundy for wine lovers

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Corton Charlemagne 2014 - Vincent Giradin

A full-bodied and well oaked chardonnay with lots of fruit – but lacks the true character I adore in a white Burgundy.

(93 Points)

Wines

Make a Memory: Weingut Ziereisen Blauer Spätburgunder 2013 "Schulen"




#MWWC34

Unlike the rest of the writers who will submit entries for this Monthly Wine Writing Challenge, I have an unusual relationship with the word selected for this month’s topic, … 609 more words

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