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April 09, 2019


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Mark H.

I've always heard about a vineyard in Paris. So neat that you can purchase it at a restaurant in Paris. Cinsault? Not my favorite grape, but I guess conditions dictate the variety. Cheers!

John Talbott

Just to be clear, while there are 20 or so small vineyards in Paris and one big one (Montmartre), the grapes in Turbigo were grown in the Rhone although the wine was made in Paris.

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