Friday, February 6, 2009

Clos Rougeard, Chacé





10 comments:

Brooklynguy said...

oiy vey.

Jack Everitt said...

Congratulations, you've reached the most Holiest of CabFranc Temples, and are the first to reveal photos of the Inner Sanctum.

(So, you're now the front runner for 2009 Wine Blog of the Year. A visit to Miani and Gravner would lock this award up!) :)

Ned said...

Talk about authenticity, that photo of Mon. Foucault
looks like it's from the 19th century.

Samantha Dugan said...

Your photo of one of the craziest cellars I have ever been in made me suck in my breath really hard...such a cool place, passionate man and truly thrilling wines.

Peter Liem said...

Jack,
I did post photos of the cellar last year. Maybe these are better, though. I do particularly like the first one, which was shot very hastily.

Samantha,
Foucault's cellars are indeed a special place. As you and Ned point out, Nady himself enhances the whole experience.

slaton said...

Fantastic photos, thank you. One of my favorite producers from anywhere.

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