Michel Jacques Chasseuil | Visit France Top Wine Cellar ( Worth 50 Million Dollars ) Owned by a Mod

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I remember when I could buy Le Chambertin for $30,Petrus for 75 and Romanee-Conti for 500 I never had the chance to taste the Conti,but my Brother had a 1966,for him it was a religious experience. The last excellent burgundy I had was a Le Moine 2003 Clos de Bez. Most wine is too alcoholic today with percentage +14....But I was raised on French wine. I love Burgundy and the old growth vines...not many left. btw my cellar is mostly below grade,stays @ 61 deg,not perfect,but my 2000,2002,2003 could go another 5 to 10 years easy. Thanks for posting
 
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I love wines Roger; it is strongly anchored in my family's heritage. Other members here also love playing golf; that too is a long love affair.
...Wines and golf and chess...and sports and food and music and arts and cinema. ...And much more; but wines, very.
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Some shots I took in Quebec City, @ a famous restaurant, in their wine's cave (one of the bests in North America):

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Oops! Forget that last one with that young audiophile; I don't know how he got there...no clue.
 

RogerD

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I love wines Roger; it is strongly anchored in my family's heritage. Other members here also love playing golf; that too is a long love affair.
...Wines and golf and chess...and sports and food and music and arts and cinema. ...And much more; but wines, very.
______

Some shots I took in Quebec City, @ a famous restaurant, in their wine's cave (one of the bests in North America):

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Oops! Forget that last one with that young audiophile; I don't know how he got there...no clue.
Wonderful Bob....Ah....Corton a wonderful appellation. Too bad were so far a part, we share many passions. My grandfather was from southern France and made his own wine. He was known for his wine in San Francisco while he was alive. I wish when I was a teenager I would have learned the art of wine making from him. There will always be good wine to be drunk,even though my first love is burgundy. I enjoy finding nuggets from around the world,Italy,Spain,Chile,South Africa,Australia,and of course California.

Cheers, Roger

btw I started playing chess before I was ten.
 

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