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Some comments were left on my FaceBook page, but I wanted to share them with a wider audience.

Juliette Pope:

Jeanne Marie was a terrific part of my trip to Burgundy this past June.
She is a force of nature.

Linda Milagros Violago
She was amazing during my first trip to Burgundy, back in 2003. I had many late nights with friends, and she kindly drove to the centre of Beaune, let me stay in the car (I slept), and she brought back a delicious gougère and thrust it at me, "Here, you NEED this in your condition." She deserves recognition for more (that's where you come in), but at that moment, it felt like she saved my life.

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I'm hunting the Leon Trotskys, the Philip Roths, the Chaucers and the Edith Whartons of the wine world. I want them natural and most of all, I want them to speak the truth even if we argue. With this messiah thing going on, I'm trying to swell the ranks of those who crave the differences in each vintage, celebrate nuance and desire wines that make them think, laugh, and feel. Welcome.

And, if you'd like a signed copy of either THE BATTLE FOR WINE AND LOVE OR HOW I SAVED THE WORLD FROM PARKERIZATION or NAKED WINE, feel free to contact me directly.