28 Jun 2010

Climate for Change

GUINEA pigging a new nature trail, weaving olive and almond trees, rosemary and vines, the tinnitus of the ‘Ryanair’ jingle played earlier in the cabin when landing to schedule, seemed an age, not an hour ago. With the aim of seeing success through cooperation, I had come to one of France’s remotest wine regions. Between the peaks of the Pyrenées, sandy shores of the Med and dot to dot of artfully ruined Cathar castles, Fitou unravels...
Read the article at glass magazine.
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