Tag Archives: Le Grappin

Off to See the Wizards of Oz(gundy)

It’s that time of year again, and despite telling you in my last post that I wasn’t going to join the wall to wall wallpaper of 2014 Burgundy Primeurs Week, you know that when it comes to the annual Vinoteca … Continue reading

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Beaujolais Just Got Serious

Well, it’s been that way for a while, but having participated in a very exciting Beaujolais dinner a few weeks ago (see post of 17 July) at The 10 Cases, we felt the need to explore some more of the … Continue reading

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The Ozgundians!

It’s been Burgundy Tasting Time, when Burgundy obsessives fret over the latest vintage. And 2013, the current vintage in question, has certainly been one to fret over. Most of the wine writers have given it a cautious “okay” rating, with … Continue reading

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Festive Mirth, Girth and Things of Worth

The festive season is always eagerly awaited at Chateau Crossley, but we don’t over indulge these days…well, not too much. The holiday began yesterday with a trip to the new Sam Wanamaker theatre at London’s Globe to see Francis Beaumont’s … Continue reading

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