Compilation rendant hommage au comédien Serge Sauvion, célèbre auprès du grand public français pour avoir été la voix française de l'acteur Peter Falk dans .
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Traces the career of the influential French director and uses psychoanalytical concepts to analyze his major films
The mouth of France’s Loire River is a broad, windswept place where land meets the Atlantic horizon. Just a few miles inland, away from the rise and fall of the tide, the landscape undergoes a drastic change, and a secret country of trees, rivers, villages and lots of vines produces great white wines. Here, just southeast of the city of Nantes, growers are reinventing the Muscadet Sèvre et Maine appellation and proving that the region’s wines are not all simply breezy, warm-weather quaffers. There’s plenty of light, big-brand Muscadet on the market, often made by large producers and intended to be enjoyed young. But those wines do not portray Muscadet’s destiny. “The wine styles have changed,” says Jean-Jacques Bonnet of Domaine Bonnet-Huteau. The future for Muscadet Sèvre et Maine lies in the hands of Bonnet and others intent on linking the Melon de Bourgogne grape to the multifaceted terroir from which it comes. Many are children of winemakers and, as common throughout France, have worked around the world and returned home to make great wine. “The growers have decided to take Muscadet back into their own hands,” says François Robin, communication manager at Fédération des Vins de Nantes , the local wine promotion association. It’s a new chapter for an old wine region. Domaine Brégeon Fred Lailler 2014 Muscadet de Sèvre et Maine Gorges. From the Gorges Cru in Muscadet, this wine is now mature, and it shows how well top Muscadet can age, though there’s lots of potential for additional development. It has lost some fruitiness but gained a creamy, nutty quality. Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant. Domaine Pierre Luneau-Papin 2016 Terre de Pierre (Muscadet Sèvre et Maine). From a stony parcel called La Butte de la Roche, this wine is concentrated and a strong mineral backbone. Its ripe spiciness and smokiness are balanced with profuse quince and citrus fruits. The wine, rich and textured, is ready to drink. The land and the grape The twin rivers of the Sèvre Nantaise and the Maine flow northwest into the Loire and form a V-shaped plateau. Along the way, the rivers cut narrow, wooded valleys of sudden beauty, where steep cliffs tower over the fast-flowing river. In the village of Clisson, a Tuscan-inspired town in the lush green of the Loire River basin, a massive 13th-century castle towers over the Sèvre Nantaise as it flows over a waterfall. Little landing stages along the river’s shoreline give canoe and kayak enthusiasts access to the rivers. As you drive along the plateau at nearly 230 feet above sea level, you can see massive churches surrounded by villages and vast swaths of Muscadet Sèvre et Maine vineyards. With almost 15,000 acres planted, it’s one of the most densely planted appellations in France. It’s also a mono-cépage , or single-variety, wine region. Only one grape goes into Muscadet, the white Melon de Bourgogne. Its initial purpose was to produce high volumes of wine for brandy distillation. As it turned out, Melon de Bourgogne found its true home in the Loire Valley. “It is a real quality grape, which is able to produce so many different expressions,” says Gwénaëlle Croix, one of three partners at Domaine de la Pépière in Clisson. Melon de Bourgogne is neutral in character, which makes it a true grape of terroir. It takes on the character of the soil from where it was planted, and is heavily influenced by the climatic conditions that surround its vines. With the huge variety of soils and different base rocks in Muscadet Sèvre et Maine, the grape yields an impressive variety of styles throughout the appellation, from light and fruity to rich and mineral. Domaine de la Pépière’s wines range from the light texture of La Pépie through the tropical fruits of Cru Clisson to the concentration and density of Cru Château-Thébaud. Most Muscadet wines are aged on their lees—the dead yeast cells left over after fermentation—and then bottled directly off those lees (look for the term “Sur Lie” on the bottle). This treatment gives an extra intensity and richness, as well as a light pepper and yeast character. Les Frères Couillaud 2016 Château de la Ragotière Sélection Vieilles Vignes Sur Lie (Muscadet Sèvre et Maine). Old vines, up to 60 years old, are the basis of this concentrated, ripe and intense wine. It is impressive and tightly wound, with layers of rich citrus fruit and.
Serge Sauvion — Wikipédia
Serge Sauvion est un acteur français né le 18 février 1929 à Paris et mort le 13 février 2010 à Asnières-sur-Seine . Il est célèbre auprès du grand ...
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Sergius / ˈ s ɜːr dʒ i ə s / is a male given name of Roman origin. It is a common Christian name, in honor of Saint Sergius, or in Russia, of Saint Sergius of ...