Wine Review: Domain St Nicolas French Cuvee - Episode 106 Posted by Spitbucket | 16th September 2011 | 859 views

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In this episode we meet humble Frenchman Thierry Michon, a winemaker from Domaine St Nicolas in France. Thierry takes us through the history of his wine making area and explains to us the thought process which goes into making his wines.

Thierry is an advocate of bio dynamic wines,...


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kbg | 69 Months ago

really worth seeking out these wines. fascinating stuff.

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