Wine, motorcycles, rugby, painting, literature and other things that make life so much worth living
Money, I don’t know, but creativity, yes.Imagine a sugar beet growing in the earth and “elevated” to the rank of ... Bordeaux.Imagine a blue bag of “boue de ville” slowly becoming nitrogen in the soil of the “Montagne de Reims”.Imagine 250 hl/ha of rivaner becoming “crémant” in Luxemburg.Imagine Seyval and Müller-Thurgau yielding “English Table Wine” on the coast of the Bristol Channel.Imagine ... Imagine there's no countries ( it isn't hard to do)And no religion tooImagine all the people drinking all their wine in peace...
To Luc,Lennon was wrong and so are you . . . we need more Muller-Thurgau [pardon the absence of the 'umlaut', however it's spelt], like we need more phyloxera . . . what a one dimensional variety.
Methinks, WhitelinePsycho (interesting pseudo), that Luc Charlier's particular brand of humour takes a little while to integrate. I think therefore that you agree!
Wot d’you mean, « Charlier’s peculiar blend of rumour » ? There’s no gossipin’ in there, Guv’nor, just sheer hops-starvation. And I sure take a helluva long time to desintegrate.More seriously: met a painter in Céret this very morning. Go and have a look at: www.william-fenech.com.Born in Algeria, came back to Burgundy first, then to Pyr. Or.Wife used to work for CIVR (at a time when still called “Groupement”).Is keen on angling (perch, sander, trout ...) and ... wine.Affordable prices and clear Soutine-ish inspiration .... which I adore.
Good to hear. Not a Soutine fan misself but I took a look. Now going to have a Duvel. And what do you have to say about that my lad?
Cervoisiam Belgam bibere humanum est, Duvelum excellens diabolicum !