Divisions that bind, utilitarian beauty, more questions without answers, only patterns in nature
In this era of thinly veiled aesthetics, lily pad hopping on a return to our roots rebranded as artists, we applaud ourselves for asking questions and posing with our monetized domesticity.
From the Irish Potato Famine to French Fries, this simple tuber has made impressive and unrivaled intercontinental sociopolitical statements for … More
France’s commitment to local, high quality produce will get you emotional.
We impose arbitrary boundaries that are meaningless against the strength of the natural world.
It wasn’t long after the pandemic took hold that life started to drastically shift. As a nation we watched incredulously … More
SOIL TYPES CALCAIRE/LIMESTONE: more mineral, lighter body, Jurassic (1st/top layer) fossilized, air. Trousseau and some Chardonnay grow here. Roots can … More
“sans poesie, il n’y a pas de vie. les gents sont les creatures d’habitude. moi je suis entre les esperances … More
Blanc ’99: shiitake, melon, salt, resin Rosé: cab franc Blanc de Chenin ’07 Rosé: Grolleau, yeast, copper, umami, mineral, milk … More
Louis & Charlotte Pérot Experimenting with everything from grape varieties, assemblages, maceration times and labels/cuveés (changing every year) New vineyard … More