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October 09, 2013


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Sad news. She had a fabulous wine list. Did the new owners acquire her cellar? I recall she had several vintages of the Crozes-Hermitage of Alain Graillot, one of the best producers of the appellation. Is that what you had? Why no pix? As for the smoked salmon, no Canadian (especially from the west) would hesitate to order it, altho what's on the Paris plate would likely be farm salmon from Scotland or Norway.

John Talbott

The photo is the third down from the top - Laurent Combier C-H.

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