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"Bordeaux Vineyard" by Howard Oates .A lush green vineyard very much like the Dupree estate. I couldn't help but note the ambiguity of the sky. Will it storm?

A basket of Grenache grapes lays in a vineyard row. Nuits Saint George, C?te d'Or, Burgundy, France. | © Owen Franken/Corbis with Pin-It-Button on

St Emilion ~ Bordeaux region of France. Enchanting, Jeffrey M. Smith was murder by government 4 going public on radio telling the truth about pollution and what you eat and drink, stargate2freedom....

Chardonnay: This popular, adaptable white wine grape can be grown in just about every wine-producing country in the world. It is the grape behind the famed dry, white burgundies of France and one of the principal varietals in champagne. Typically, chardonnay is an oaked wine with medium-high acidity and a fuller body. It's flavors and aromas can range from toasty and vanilla (from the oak) to tropical fruits to slightly earthy. Food Pairing: Fatty fishes and rich cream sauces.

Long Weekend in Champagne, France

Less than a two-hour drive from Paris lies the near-mythical French region of Champagne, a bucket-list destination for wine lovers.