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09 December 2009

Twitter

Following the herd like a lost sheep, I'm now on twitter.com/WineWriting too. Nothing wrong with that though, I like ewes' milk cheeses actually. Hmm, I think there could be a "great wine & cheese" matches post coming on...
Update - I've abandoned twitter, good for celeb gossip but not much else (never say never though)...

1 comment:

  1. After telling off sweet Muscat producers in my "Maury" post above above, these wines are actually pretty good with arguably France's best-known sheep cheese, the blue tangy Roquefort. There's a great generic TV ad in France for this cheese too, by the way. Kind of wild windy rustic and mystical.

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