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A Rosé to Slay Summer: Clos Cibonne Tibouren Rose France 2016 Wine Review

Long time no see, internet. Who knew parenting would eat up my wine writing hobby? Well, mommy and daddy could use a drink.

The summer sun demands chilled wines. 336 more words

The lights of Lyon on the Saone and the Rhine

After dinner at Abbaye of Collonges we made our way across the road to our ship to be taken into Lyon.  We were to arrive in Lyon around midnight so quite a few of us with drinks in hand stood on the front deck to watch the lights as we meandered to out stop. 243 more words


The Value of Rhone, Amadieu Vinsobres Les Piallats 2014

Pierre Amadieu has a long family history in fact the whole family, uncles cousins are involved in the wine industry.  The Rhone is their home and they have become the “artists in residence” of the family.    114 more words

Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur: Part 3 – Avignon

Avignon, a fortified city in southeastern France’s Provence region, and Capital of the Vaucluse Department, is set on the Rhône River. It was the seat of the Catholic popes from 1309 to 1377 and remained under papal rule until becoming part of France in 1791. 353 more words


In the Pink - Sunday Photo Fiction

Sunday Photo Fiction is a weekly challenge now presented by Susan Spaulding, who has taken over this great weekly prompt from my old friend Al Forbes. 261 more words

Sound Bite Fiction

In The Groove

Impenetrable purple, hung up on grainy vegetal and an absolute dedication to pure fruit. Edgy to the earth-extreme, pulling black raspberry and buttery piquantness off a peppermint totem of indifferent obfuscation, this little thing takes *purple* to an extreme of smell and texture not easily forgotten. 127 more words


Desormais - The Swan Song (June, 2018)

The first post on the Cruising in France section of this website starts with the words “This is where it all began”.

And now, this is where it all ends. 342 more words

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