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Is this the best Chateau in Burgundy!

I love visiting French chateau! Refined homes rather than military fortifications is how they seem to me, and of course they are mostly still in one piece rather than their British counterparts thanks to there having been no French equivalent of Oliver Cromwell. 523 more words


The Route des Grand Crus, Cote de Beaune

The Cote de Beaune, the southern extension of the Route des Grand Crus that runs from Dijon to legendary villages Chassagne-Montrachet and Puligny-Montrachet, is a majestic sweep of Burgundy’s glorious countryside. 850 more words


Fifth out of six.

The numbers reference the fifth bottle out of a case of six white Etienne Sauzet Puligny-Montrachet Burgundies Richard purchased “as a single man” (his words). We’ve blogged them all and Sunday was the turn of  Les Combettes, a premier cru vineyard abutting the Meursault AC. 301 more words

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French goodness...NYC--

OH YEAH!  We always have time for fabulous French grub like the stuff you see above.  There is a delectable foamy thing topped with a perfectly cooked lobster claw…there is a salad that includes ham, veggies, and a delightful dressing…there are three “warm” oysters grilled to maximum goodness with perfect seasoning. 163 more words


Kookoo for Le Coucou...NYC--

KAPOWY!  There is a new French joint in New York City…it’s called Le Coucou…it ROCKS!!

Above you see me pressin’ the flesh with the mastermind here, a dude called Daniel Rose.   337 more words