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William Chris Wines Wins Gold in France!


Is it really that hard to believe that Texas wines can win International Wine Competitions in Europe (not to think of France of all places)? Well, you should believe it! For the second year in a row, Advertisements

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The French Disneyland for Wines: Georges Duboeuf


Preparing myself for this years’ International Wine Tourism Conference to be held in Tblisi Georgia, I was just recently going over last year’s notes and photos and I came across one lecture that was really inspiring. Fellow blogging colleague, Diane … Continue reading

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La Gironda and Charlemagne?


What an unlikely place to find traces of the first King of France. Nestled inside the Monferrato hills, the gateway to Langhe of the Piemonte area, La Gironda sits high overlooking apart of the village of Nizza. So what does la … Continue reading

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