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About to open this babe Domaine Du Pégau, Châteauneuf Du Pape 2003. One of my favorite Pegaus 2003 vintage. It's very well balance with bright red fruits and very nice structure. Wonder if the stem inclusion helped with creating a bit more balance. Very nice wine!
Cigar ash and cedar with all the bright fruit and then that kind of structure that keeps you wanting another glass...and then another glass after that. Really helps with that late night contemplation . The best bits of Bordeaux #chateaucoutet
While in Paris, one has to try the new restaurant from Antoine Westerman, near the moulin de la galette and the touristic Montmartre area. The place is quiet and the service impressive. No tralalala, just the essential, good and tasteful. A pleasure to try a poule au pot or some rillettes. Everything being based on the beat of french poultries, one cannot go wrong. So give a try to the Coq Rico here in France or in New York, you will not regret it.
'Who would have thought the Anzac Day opening of a new Monash museum at Villers-Bretonneux in France would turn into a diplomatic incident?', writes David Marr from the western front. A century after the final year of the war, a $100m historical centre named after Australian general Sir John Monash opened its doors. 'This is not a museum' states Marr, "it’s what they call in the trade these days, an experience'. 🔗Click the link in bio to read his piece in full. . . .