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Tuesday August 1 The weather has been blowing hot and cold.  Right now it’s cold in the South of France. And it’s raining in the south of Ireland, where we are.  It’s almost a comfort to know that in a world of changes, some things never change.  Like Ireland’s weather: full of scattered spells and […]

Monday July 3 2017 Well, this month has started off all in a rush.  After a cool and covered week, the sun threatens to shine through again.  Or does it?  But we do get a nice bit of sunshine from an unexpected source: Scotland.  Its leading daily newspaper, The Scotsman, carried a wonderful review of […]

Tuesday May 2 We wind up our visit to New York with a degree of satisfaction: our wines seem to be going down well with the restaurants and wine merchants we meet. They certainly go down well with us – that is, the sommeliers and wine buyers, who buoy us up with their fearless enthusiasm for […]

Proverbial April showers, proverbial April flowers, proverbial April birdsong – the place is full of proverbial  April, positively burgeoning, blossoming and blooming –  and it is wonderful.  Seldom seen an April like it.  Even the drabbest, deadest, most dour looking vines are full of fecundity, and positively exuding hope and eternity.   Rives-Blanques is alive […]