porque é que os franceses não comem pão normal e o que comem, insistem em roçá-lo no sovaco?
segunda-feira, dezembro 09, 2013
A jacobina zurrapa de Bordéus
most of its history, the Haut-Médoc was a vast region of salt marshes
used for animal grazing rather than viticulture. In the 17th century,
Dutch merchants began an ambitious drainage project to convert the
marshland into a usable vineyard area. Their objective was to provide
the British market a wine alternative to the Graves and Portuguese wines
that were dominating the market.
-- Robinson, Jancis, ed. (2006). The
Oxford Companion to Wine (3rd ed.).