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Women’s wine

December 10, 2013

I am happy to see that not only the Darbyites, but women too, have their own wine. Last night I enjoyed a meal cooked by a woman, wine distilled by women, over five generations, Les Chateau Doms wines, and reading sermons by women – Let Her Speak For Herself , by Heather Weir and Marion Ann Taylor – all in the congenial company of men and women. If you are committed to being aware, you can find women involved in anything and everything. Why do I need convincing? Brought up in a world where men do this and women do that. Anyway, it was a very good wine for those who like Merlot, very smooth and soft. Screen Shot 2013-12-10 at 5.31.49 PM

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  1. Roger Lustig permalink
    December 14, 2013 2:30 am

    Sad that they feel they have to market it as having feminine qualities, though. (OK–on their English web page they say that Graves wines in general have that quality, whatever it might be.)

    Domaine Weinbach in Alsace, one of the best-known, most highly regarded producers in the region, has been run by the women of the Faller family for decades. Nice people, amazing wines.

    PS: if they’re distilling it, they’re doing it wrong!

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