Absinthe #NationalAbsintheDay @Susan_PWZ
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La Fée Verte has her Day March 5th

Contributor blog post by Jerry Clark @Provence WineZine: Ever on the lookout for a good theme to party to at chez nous, I was both surprised and pleased to learn that March 5th is National Absinthe Day. I know just where to find my ’60s Peter Max 23” x 36” …

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Liqueur Senancole Abbaye de Lerins @Susan_PWZ
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Liqueur Sénancole Provence Wine from the Riviera

Contributor blog post by David Scott Allen @Provence WineZine: I am fortunate to have good friends. Friends who travel. Friends who think about me when they travel. More to the point, friends who buy me wonderful culinary gifts when they travel. I’ve received mustards from Germany; Crème De Marrons from Angélina …

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Manguin Perfecting the Art of Distillation

Contributor blog post by Ginger and Nutmeg: The fruit is put into jail in May when the Manguin Distillery imprisons roughly 1400 pears in glass bottles in their orchard. Nutmeg had to see for herself how the new owners at this distillery were re-crafting a traditional industry into more of …

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Marc de Provence #Provence @Susan_PWZ
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MARC: A SPIRIT FOR PEOPLE WHO LIKE IT ROUGH

By Susan Manfull Marc (pronounced mahr and rhymes with car, like one a Bostonian would park) is not for everyone. Perhaps it is not even for most people, which works well—keeping the universe in balance—as the production of this spirit is so small that most of it never leaves the …

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Vin de Noix – Fête de la St Jean

Contributor blog post by: Ashley Tinker June 24th, Saint John’s day, is the traditional time in Provence to pick green walnuts for walnut wine. Yes, it is a specific day but if you manage to find some new walnuts on the ground during the next couple weeks- your walnut wine …

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