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Corberon, where lizards are still enjoying the late autumn sunshineWe undertook the long drive to Burgundy yesterday and enjoyed brilliant sunshine the entire way.It was cold last night; cold enough to leave stubborn ice on the windscreens of the cars.Tasting Buddy and I have been accompanied by our…
Watching rising waters pouring over the weir at ChollerfordI have been intending to pen a post for some time, but have found the path to the blogosphere paved with distractions.We recently helped in the organisation and hosting of a wine tasting at Vintners Hall in London for a fantastic charity of …
Posted in by Caspar Bowes
26 August 2011
Looking upstream from the head of the mighty Gaffer's Pool on the River FindhornI was in the north of Scotland last week on a boys' fishing sojourn, probing the dampness between the Findhorn's banks for the salmon that made no effort to hide their presence, sloshing, porpoising and jumping as they s…
Posted in by Caspar Bowes
10 August 2011
I find within myself the tendency to believe, when dwelling on such things (not often, it must be said; perhaps once a month at a most generous estimate) that our vinegar fungus (mère, in the French tongue) is a contented entity.To give you a brief, potted history (in so doing I fear I have n…
Posted in by Caspar Bowes
13 July 2011
Sand gives way to limestone in the soils to the north of Châteauneuf-du-PapeThe length of Pall Mall is festooned with smart clubs, all offering the chance to step out of the hurly-burly of the street outside (more or less of a hurly burly, one wonders, than when the area was frequented by thos…
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