Je t’aime ma Valentine et Domaine Laroche Saint Martin Chablis aussi!

On this week’s radio show...Happy Valentine’s Day. Something for him and her!

EPISODE 53

 It is at this time of year, approaching February 14th, that the love birds, would be love birds and long time partners focus a little attention on their relationship.A day on which we all get to celebrate that special person in our lives or for budding romances possibly take this day to show one’s affection. And so on today’s show we’ve got a terrific lineup of guests, all here to share a few ideas and special tips on making this day extra special.

Next we delve into the world of wine, from one of the most romantic cultures, that is zee French. We welcome Gregory Viennois, winemaker and technical director for Domaine Laroche, producers of fabulous, award winning Chablis.

A wine and also a region located about 110 miles southeast of Paris in the north western corner of Burgundy France. Chablis is also a village as well as a wine region.Chablis which is known to produce some of the best white wines in the world. There is MORE to Chablis, much more than you may be aware!




A wine and also a region located about 110 miles southeast of Paris in the north western corner of Burgundy France. Chablis is also a village as well as a wine region.Chablis which is known to produce some of the best white wines in the world. There is MORE to Chablis, much more than you may be aware!

Tune in for Gregory Viennois at 16:19 minutes in the radio show.

EPISODE 53

Millions of years ago, the area around what’s now the small town of Chablis was covered by sea. In the Jurassic era, the sediment-enriched clay of the Chablis region began to form and it’s this clay that gives Chablis wine its unique elegance, freshness and complexity.

What typically characterizes Chablis wines?They are naturally relatively sinewy, high in acidity and steely rather than luscious and oaky.An archetypally refreshing, long-lived style of white wine which very few wine regions, possibly none other than Chablis, can produce.

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