An American writer between Paris and New York discovers different wines... on a shoestring. Stories, tastings, slices of life and glasses of wine.
Sharon,Extremely good info, even better writing, and the keenest of eyes for value off the beaten path. Thank you. Having difficulty finding these wines of which you speak so highly. Germany sticks to a very limited, albeit stellar group of growers: Larmandier-B, Gimonnet, Vilmart, et al. This Paris Stocklist you mention...it appears to be a source list for great Champagne (in Paris). To your knowledge, do any of them offer wide-ranging shipping options, say, to Germany? Desperate to taste the wines of Lassaigne and Prevost, but zero availability here. Would love to hear your input--Body und Soil
That 02 Diebolt Vallois FdP was wicked...my first wine of the decade. We're not touching our other couple of bottles for 5-10 years though. Its a pretty impressive ball of potential energy.Nice list.Brian C
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