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  • Inspiring Thirst » Manni Nössing.
    Arrivals Rhône Tweet The October newsletter is now available Click here to download the pdf Highlights from this month s newsletter ITALIA by Dixon Brooke 2012 PETITE ARVINE CHÂTEAU FEUILLET Petite Arvine is a white mountain grape that thrives on the high altitude slopes that form the border between the Valle d Aosta Switzerland and France My favorite thing Tags 25th Anniversary Edition Book Signing Italia No Comments Read the rest of this entry Search for Inspiring Thirst Saint Aubins from Domaine Larue April 25 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant April Newsletter Spring Pop Up New Arrivals from Angéline Templier Daniel Brunier and a Venetian Sampler April 1 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant Remembering Jim Harrison March 29 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant La Famille Montanet March 11 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant March Newsletter 2014 Vieux Télégraphe Côte d Or Alsace Beyond Riesling March 5 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant Post Notification Leave Blank Do Not Change Your email Newsletter Sign Up Blogroll Belly Up To The Blog Brooklyn Guy Bu Sur Le Web Ciao Samin Cooking Beatz Dirty South Wine Do Bianchi Dupéré Barrera Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews In Vino Veritas It s Not You It s Brie Jocelyn Rose La Gramière Lori Varsames Mattatouille McDuff s Food Wine Trail Poor Man s Feast Saignee Secret Restaurant Serge the Concierge The Blend Blog The Pour The Schist The Underground Wine Letter The Vine Route Vinicultured Vinography Wine Crush Blog Links Absinthe Brasserie Bar Arlequin Wine Merchant Beltramos Chez Panisse Gail Skoff IPO Wines John Livingstone Learmonth Pop Up General Store ReCork America San Francisco Wine Trade Company Terroir Thirst Wine Merchants Union Square Wines Vin Vino Wine Producers A P de Villaine Antoine Arena Bernard Baudry Cantine Valpane Cascina Feipu dei Massaretti Catherine et Pierre Breton Charles Joguet

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  • Inspiring Thirst » Northern Rhône
    lost a great vigneron and one that was close to our hearts Noël Verset Noël s wines were a mainstay of our Cornas imports for decades until his retirement after the 2006 vintage Including the time he spent training with his father Noël made wine for more than seventy years Below is Tags Cornas Northern Rhône 1 Comment Read the rest of this entry Search for Inspiring Thirst Saint Aubins from Domaine Larue April 25 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant April Newsletter Spring Pop Up New Arrivals from Angéline Templier Daniel Brunier and a Venetian Sampler April 1 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant Remembering Jim Harrison March 29 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant La Famille Montanet March 11 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant March Newsletter 2014 Vieux Télégraphe Côte d Or Alsace Beyond Riesling March 5 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant Post Notification Leave Blank Do Not Change Your email Newsletter Sign Up Blogroll Belly Up To The Blog Brooklyn Guy Bu Sur Le Web Ciao Samin Cooking Beatz Dirty South Wine Do Bianchi Dupéré Barrera Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews In Vino Veritas It s Not You It s Brie Jocelyn Rose La Gramière Lori Varsames Mattatouille McDuff s Food Wine Trail Poor Man s Feast Saignee Secret Restaurant Serge the Concierge The Blend Blog The Pour The Schist The Underground Wine Letter The Vine Route Vinicultured Vinography Wine Crush Blog Links Absinthe Brasserie Bar Arlequin Wine Merchant Beltramos Chez Panisse Gail Skoff IPO Wines John Livingstone Learmonth Pop Up General Store ReCork America San Francisco Wine Trade Company Terroir Thirst Wine Merchants Union Square Wines Vin Vino Wine Producers A P de Villaine Antoine Arena Bernard Baudry Cantine Valpane Cascina Feipu dei Massaretti Catherine et Pierre Breton Charles Joguet Château Belles Graves Château de Bellevue Château D Epiré Château

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  • Inspiring Thirst » Southern Rhone
    held a sacred place in these mountain cultures often No Comments Read the rest of this entry Search for Inspiring Thirst Saint Aubins from Domaine Larue April 25 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant April Newsletter Spring Pop Up New Arrivals from Angéline Templier Daniel Brunier and a Venetian Sampler April 1 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant Remembering Jim Harrison March 29 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant La Famille Montanet March 11 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant March Newsletter 2014 Vieux Télégraphe Côte d Or Alsace Beyond Riesling March 5 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant Post Notification Leave Blank Do Not Change Your email Newsletter Sign Up Blogroll Belly Up To The Blog Brooklyn Guy Bu Sur Le Web Ciao Samin Cooking Beatz Dirty South Wine Do Bianchi Dupéré Barrera Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews In Vino Veritas It s Not You It s Brie Jocelyn Rose La Gramière Lori Varsames Mattatouille McDuff s Food Wine Trail Poor Man s Feast Saignee Secret Restaurant Serge the Concierge The Blend Blog The Pour The Schist The Underground Wine Letter The Vine Route Vinicultured Vinography Wine Crush Blog Links Absinthe Brasserie Bar Arlequin Wine Merchant Beltramos Chez Panisse Gail Skoff IPO Wines John Livingstone Learmonth Pop Up General Store ReCork America San Francisco Wine Trade Company Terroir Thirst Wine Merchants Union Square Wines Vin Vino Wine Producers A P de Villaine Antoine Arena Bernard Baudry Cantine Valpane Cascina Feipu dei Massaretti Catherine et Pierre Breton Charles Joguet Château Belles Graves Château de Bellevue Château D Epiré Château La Roque Château Lascaux Château Thivin Château Tour Bayard Clos la Coutale Clos Ste Magdeleine Corte Gardoni Daniel Chotard Domaine Achard Vincent Domaine Amiot Guy et Fils Domaine Champalou Domaine Cherisey Domaine de Durban Domaine de Fontsainte Domaine de Gioielli Domaine de la Cadette Domaine de la

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  • Inspiring Thirst » Vouvray
    She once told me she felt like the No Comments Read the rest of this entry Two Vouvrays Posted on December 23 2009 1 00 pm by Clark Z Terry under Breton Champalou Loire Valley Vouvray Tweet In recent memory we have imported just one producer from Vouvray the wines of Didier and Catherine Champalou Earlier this year we began importing a second Vouvray from another Loire Valley husband and wife winemaking team Pierre and Catherine Breton The 2008 Vouvray Secs from these two producers recently arrived and I was excited Tags Loire Valley Vouvray White Wine 3 Comments Read the rest of this entry Search for Inspiring Thirst Saint Aubins from Domaine Larue April 25 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant April Newsletter Spring Pop Up New Arrivals from Angéline Templier Daniel Brunier and a Venetian Sampler April 1 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant Remembering Jim Harrison March 29 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant La Famille Montanet March 11 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant March Newsletter 2014 Vieux Télégraphe Côte d Or Alsace Beyond Riesling March 5 2016 Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant Post Notification Leave Blank Do Not Change Your email Newsletter Sign Up Blogroll Belly Up To The Blog Brooklyn Guy Bu Sur Le Web Ciao Samin Cooking Beatz Dirty South Wine Do Bianchi Dupéré Barrera Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews In Vino Veritas It s Not You It s Brie Jocelyn Rose La Gramière Lori Varsames Mattatouille McDuff s Food Wine Trail Poor Man s Feast Saignee Secret Restaurant Serge the Concierge The Blend Blog The Pour The Schist The Underground Wine Letter The Vine Route Vinicultured Vinography Wine Crush Blog Links Absinthe Brasserie Bar Arlequin Wine Merchant Beltramos Chez Panisse Gail Skoff IPO Wines John Livingstone Learmonth Pop Up General Store ReCork America San Francisco Wine Trade Company

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  • Inspiring Thirst
    and forest to explore on foot The restaurant isn t bad if you don t feel like venturing out but my delicious Vouvray from Domaine Champalou 2010 was not flattered by an overcooked slice of swordfish Better dining awaits elsewhere And anyway there are no swordfish in the Loire I also spent a couple of nights in Restigné at a chambre d hôte called La Dixmeresse I generally avoid chambres d hôtes because of a few experiences with intrusive hosts but Bruno and Valérie seemed to value their solitude as much as I do mine We import wine from four domaines around there Joguet Breton Baudry and Chanteleuserie All would be happy to see you Be sure to check out Domaine Breton s website for regional lodging and cuisine Between Bourgueil and Chinon you ll be thrilled to see an enormous nuclear power plant steaming away ignoring the catastrophe that the French are assured will never happen Never mind Chinon has a lovely center of old buildings dominated by the visitable ruins of the Château de Chinon with its Joan of Arc and Richard the Lionheart connections Nearby on the banks of the Loire are the two villages Candes Saint Martin and Montsoreau Walk their narrow streets there aren t many but it s a treat At the west end of Montsoreau go up a street or two from the Loire and turn right A little path leads you alongside the chalk cliff in which habitations still exist The cliff has doors and windows plus deep caves where building blocks were excavated centuries ago The caves come in handy today for aging wines which can live longer than we do Candes has a good restaurant with about eight tables right below the village s Catholic church The grilled cèpes were perfect in front of the fireplace on a cold foggy night and I had a heart poundingly lovable dessert mainly because the raspberries were the best I ve ever tasted Maybe I m easy to please The place is called the Auberge de la Route d Or and it is reasonably priced At Montsoreau near Chinon Kermit Lynch Back around 1980 Charles Joguet took me to the Bourgueil vineyards to taste at Domaine Lame Delisle Boucard and I imported their wines for two or three years I decided to drop in and say hello and found that the current winemaker Philippe Boucard is the grandson of the fellow who was making the wines when I initially visited Philippe pulled out all of the stops uncorking his grandfather s 1976 1964 1959 and 1947 Bourgueil reds The 1964 especially was a thoroughbred But the most remarkable for me was the 1949 rosé Yes Still full of life with ravishing aromas and a fleshy texture We spent some time swallowing that one It was vinified in an oak foudre and completed its malo which is how Lucien Peyraud made Domaine Tempier s Bandol rosé and is still the best recipe About fifty yards downhill from Philippe s frigid limestone cellar I found a gem of a restaurant and returned several times Again only a few tables and you feel like you are in someone s home which you are Vincent and Olivia Simon do it right Their luscious vegetable garden is outside the window all organic as are their chickens ducks guinea hens and rabbits In the past Vincent was a wine importer in Belgium and worked in a three star restaurant He and Olivia dreamed of a better day to day existence They grew more and more passionate about changing Then to hell with profit status stability they were after a certain quality of life We could use a new political party in the U S devoted to its citizens quality of life They are bursting with smiles after buying a farm in Bourgueil and I was about to burst from overeating not to mention the wine list which had too many temptations Try as I might I didn t get to the 1999 Clos des Papes Châteauneuf du Pape at 95 euros At a restaurant today in Bandol I saw the 2012 Gros Noré at 72 euros so you see what a giveaway the 1999 Châteauneuf was Several Raveneau Chablis were available for a song too The eggs en meurette a red wine sauce with lardons and little onions were a treat eggs from their chickens bien sûr Their garden salad seemed plucked leaf by leaf from a huge variety of leafy greens And the rabbit in rosé wine had just the right hint of mustard and was the best rabbit I ve ever tasted Another best ever Vincent s chocolate cake Their restaurant is Vincent Cuisinier de Campagne I m sitting here writing this thinking you should go And who knows but I ll bet you become forever clients of our great Chinon and Bourgueil selections the best there are and they are here in Berkeley for your quality of life Interested in discovering some Loire wines We have a special sampler this month featuring a diverse selection from across the Loire LOIRE VALLEY SAMPLER Faithful open minded clients have kept us in the Loire Valley wine business for years As a sort of tribute to those of you who have supported and enjoyed these wines we ve assembled a diverse collection from across the Loire Note the classics Chinon from Joguet Savennières from Epiré Vouvray from Champalou To dig a little deeper we ve included a single vineyard Muscadet a Sancerre rouge made from Pinot Noir and a rare Pinot Gris bottling from the village of Reuilly Most of you must already be aware of the pleasure these wines deliver and the bountiful character that the Loire has to offer Newcomers you are in for a treat at a discount Tags Chinon Loire Loire Valley Monthly Newsletter No Comments November Newsletter Introducing Weingut Carlotto Toscana Posted on November 9 2015 11 00 am by Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant under Alto Adige Monthly Newsletter Toscana Tweet The November Newsletter is now available Click here to download the pdf Highlights from this month s newsletter INTRODUCING WEINGUT CARLOTTO by Dixon Brooke The search for the holy grail of Lagrein ended at the humble doorstep of this tiny father daughter estate in the town of Ora just south of Bolzano in Italy s Alto Adige Ferruccio Carlotto and his daughter Michela farm five hectares of vines in the stony riverbed plains of the valley surrounded by sheer cliffs Precise viticulture and vinification along with patient aging in large Slavonian oak casks give birth to the Lagrein of our dreams Michela Carlotto Gail Skoff 2014 VIGNETI DELLE DOLOMITI SCHIAVA The locals drink Schiava by the gallon kind of like Dolcetto in Piedmont Feathery light with very little tannin it is slightly darker than rosé So many examples are insipid and boring I was thrilled to find one with so much fruit floral character and pizzazz 25 00 per bottle 270 00 per case 2012 LAGREIN RISERVA DI ORA IN ORA Black inky and dense yet smooth as silk and weightless on the palate What a combo Not many wines out there have this kind of balance 32 00 per bottle 345 60 per case TOSCANA by Anthony Lynch The Castagnoli Estate Gail Skoff 2013 CHIANTI CLASSICO CASTAGNOLI Perched at 450 meters above sea level atop a towering hillside overlooking the magnificent Tuscan countryside Castagnoli enjoys a microclimate of its own where cool nights favor bright focused acidity that accentuates this red s crunchy schist backbone The winemaking is elemental the harvest is brought in by hand destemmed and crushed and left to ferment naturally in open bins with occasional punchdowns and pumpovers Aging in neutral wood conserves Sangiovese s vibrant fruit and herbaceous qualities yielding a delicious Chianti Classico for now or later with extraordinary potential at table 29 00 per bottle 313 20 per case 2010 BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO SESTI The Sesti family s Brunello marks our first arrival from the much anticipated 2010 vintage Already emanating a marvelous fragrance despite its youthfulness this noble beast has lived up to if not exceeded the great promise of the millesimo An exquisite aroma of scorched earth dry herbs and exotic spices leads to a dense and concentrated yet graceful as can be palate defined by majestic dark fruit enveloping a firm core The sustained finish is nothing short of regal This is a Brunello you ll want to start drinking now and patiently follow over its long fascinating life span 85 00 per bottle 918 00 per case Tags Lagrein Monthly Newsletter New Arrivals New Producer Schiava No Comments Remembering Paul Bara Posted on November 5 2015 5 06 pm by Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant under Champagne In Memorium Paul Bara Tweet Last week we were saddened to hear of the recent passing of legendary Champagne producer Paul Bara Established in Bouzy in 1833 the House of Bara has passed family traditions from generation to generation for more than 170 years The village of Bouzy and Champagne Paul Bara are practically synonymous As the published village historian Paul was and forever will be indelibly linked to the lore of his hometown Many agree that he is their most renowned producer being one of the rare récoltants manipulants in a region inundated with the mass produced wines of the large corporate champagne houses Today Paul s daughter Chantale continues his legacy Our National Sales Manager Bruce Neyers has shared with us his memory of first meeting Paul We hope you ll join us in raising a glass to Paul Bara a true champion of Champagne The cellar of Paul Bara Champagne Paul Para I learned earlier this week that Paul Bara of Bouzy died a few days ago in Bouzy at the age of 93 I had to pause and collect myself upon hearing the news I met Paul on my first trip to France for Kermit in January 1993 He greeted us wearing a suit and a tie along with a handsome cloth homburg that seemed to have come right out of a Marcel Pagnol film He said he wore it all day because he never knew when he had to go into the icy cellars He collected all 12 of us in his office prominently decorated with beautiful antique maps of the region He poured each of us a glass of Champagne then sat us down in classroom fashion and conducted a lecture replete with photos of the vineyards and a history lesson of the Champagne region He spoke of Champagne as three regions and then talked about the historical cultural and political reasons it had become divided He was a big man powerfully built and physically imposing and he seemed even larger standing in front of us all wielding his pointer to show this or that district and describe the Champagne from each respective area He then took us to the cellar and pointed out the pick marks of the tunnels in the chalk He explained how they were dug by hand in the days before the Great War and then showed the tunnel extension that he had dug himself alone without help I seem to recall that he said he could get about two meters deep a day about 2 5 meters high and 2 meters wide Their bottling system was most impressive as it was an antique capable of doing only one bottle at a time He would always disgorge a few bottles for us I think he kept them on the riddling rack just to show off No one could ever take a photograph of him disgorging Champagne so fast was he able to disgorge it He would do a dozen or so bottles in just a few seconds He was an intellectual on his craft and always affable professorial and generous And he loved to drink Champagne He reminded me of why it is that Champagne makes us so cheerful Bruce Neyers Tags Bouzy Champagne Paul Bara No Comments MOLD Posted on October 20 2015 11 00 am by Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant under Monthly Newsletter Tweet by Kermit Lynch Gail Skoff Mold might be considered a tough sell these days but here I go When I began to buy wine in Burgundy in the seventies the vignerons had a saying If you build a cave a winery installation and mold doesn t grow in it start all over in another location They were saying that mold is a good thing in a winemaking environment And I remember what a treat it was descending underground and being greeted by the smells of wine wood and moldy stone walls You might imagine a moldy smell like fruits and other foods develop when they rot but no it wasn t that at all It smelled fresh and alive and healthy The mold glistened with little drops of moisture Mold was a sign of the right temperature and humidity for raising wine Each cellar had its own particular mold and gave its own fresh aroma Wines seemed to breathe in the distinct aroma of their cellar and I could smell that in the aromatic components of each domaine s wine Each growth of mold had a different color too which made the walls a thing of beauty In Raveneau s cellar for example the stone walls had gorgeous streaky blotches of red purple pink orange and ochre When I tasted it was often with my eyes on the walls In my mind I started framing certain areas of the walls and imagining them as abstract art because they were so lovely Chave s cellar was another particularly beautiful garden of mold and I often put photos of his mold covered walls and bottles in this brochure One day at Raveneau s I decided to ask my wife to teach me to use one of her cameras so I could return another day not to taste but to make color pictures of these weird shapes and colors But I never did However I m writing this because the movement now in France is to clean up all the mold and make wine in a sterile environment People want fresh fruit nowadays Their taste has changed Mold is a no no Given that wine is a sponge and sucks up whatever aromas are in its environment I m afraid wines these days are sucking up sterility Yes the fruit is cleaner in a wine s aroma but without mold much less complex less suggestive of extra vinous influences and less reflective of the site where it was made sort of like the movement away from native yeasts to test tube concoctions If people like mere fruit so much let them buy fruit juice It s a lot cheaper Tags Burgundy Chave Mold Monthly Newsletter Raveneau No Comments October Newsletter Mold The Guardian of Burgundy New Domaines Posted on October 2 2015 11 32 am by Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant under Breton Italy Loire Valley Monthly Newsletter Tuscany Tweet The October Newsletter is now available Click here to download the pdf Highlights from this month s newsletter FOUR DECADES OF CATHERINE PIERRE BRETON by Dixon Brooke Catherine Pierre Breton The Bretons are quite a couple Let s start with the fact that their last name Breton is literally a synonym for the Cabernet Franc grape in the Loire Valley Both are relatively short so they can easily walk through the openings of all the troglodyte cellars that dot their property along the Loire River Both are little balls of explosive energy and are super passionate about their wines They continue to take on more and more projects even though they are already working seven days a week and never come up for air Catherine is now making wine in Vouvray and running a retail shop on the Île d Yeu Despite all this activity they make some of the most natural and the most consistent wines in France It is just insanity In their immense wisdom they thought to stash away vintages from their greatest Bourgueil vineyard over the past four decades in their cool limestone caves and here we are able to present you with a perfectly preserved vertical Three to drink now one to age yourself Santé per bottle per case 2012 Bourgueil Les Perrières A thoroughbred of a wine with great breed and poise long future 49 00 529 20 2003 Bourgueil Les Perrières Deliciously lush and full remains fresh with backbone 82 00 885 60 1996 Bourgueil Les Perrières A vintage that took a long time to come around but is now singing 88 00 950 40 1989 Bourgueil Les Perrières La grande année 25 years and still going strong 88 00 950 40 INTRODUCING PODERE CAMPRIANO A SMALL FARM IN TUSCANY by Dixon Brooke Finally Ever since I discovered this tiny family farm in the hills above Greve in Chianti I have been doing everything I can to rush the wines over here Alas small sometimes equals slow not as many hands on deck to prepare labels bottle wine work the vines survey the previous vintages in cask cook dinner etc etc I have been doing my best to save part of the wheel of aged pecorino cheese that the owner gave me until the wine arrived but I just missed it He promised to send more These beautiful expressions of pure Sangiovese rendered with Tuscan heart and soul will transport you to the magical place that is Tuscany 2011 CHIANTI CLASSICO Classic Chianti Also textbook Greve Dark deep infused with schist minerality vigorous bright mouth coating 30 00 per bottle 324 00 per case 2011 CHIANTI CLASSICO RISERVA The Riserva is more a wine of the earth than a wine of fruit It has a lot to say and needs air time and preferably a bistecca to say it 42 00 per bottle 453 60 per

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  • in for a drink And in that way the book does what the title proposes inspires thirst a healthy thirst for not just wine but the knowledge of the people and places behind it Tara Q Thomas Denver Post This book is a treasure a compulsively readable collection by the revolutionary wine merchant who almost single handedly has brought about a new understanding of wine as a unique expression of land tradition and people Alice Waters owner Chez Panisse Restaurant For American wine lovers Kermit Lynch belongs in the same company as Julia Child he is a pioneer in rediscovering the vinous treasures of the Old World and making them accessible to the rest of us These original notes from his 30 year master class are whimsical passionate erudite and eminently thirst inspiring Jay McInerney author of Bacchus Me A wine lover opening this book will feel like a child entering a pastry shop You can read it straight through or dip into it treat yourself to a vivid vignette about the family Peyraud at Domaine Tempier turn to an essay on the mysteries of vintage chart mentality or savor a tasting note about a wine you loved in the 1980s that perhaps you still possess in your cellar Besides inspiring thirst and the love of wine the book will also introduce you to the taste and exceptional personality of a man for whom wine is like music a complete work of art Aubert de Villaine For over 30 years Kermit Lynch has opened his cellar for public consumption all of it tasted tracked and deliberated over in his newsletter and now memorialized for us in this anthology Part memoir cookbook tasting journal photographic reflection via Gail Skoff s aesthetic vision and homage to wine s people and terroirs it

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  • account of one man s pursuit of authenticity as well as excellence in wine Kermit Lynch s colorful portraits of some idiosyncratic vintners and his commentaries on their wines make for some of the finest reading since Joseph Wechsberg ate and drank his way through France in his book Blue Trout and Black Truffles Robert M Parker Jr The Wine Advocate Nearly all wine books are written by experts whose

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  • palais en quête des objets du désir les plus purs qu ils soient modestes ou qu ils vaillent une fortune Je pense donc que les Français vont découvrir avec fascination un homme que a manifesté tant de curiosité et d

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