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Byrne Vini Is Go!

Byrne Vini Is Go!

Finally, here is the big news… Well, maybe a little background would be nice.  Hold onto the fact that news is coming while you read this next part, or skip it if you’re the reader that looked at my blog post previously. I initially came to Piemonte in 2001 to work...

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All Roads Lead To Rhône

All Roads Lead To Rhône

Ok, so I lied. I didn’t go to the Douro Valley.  I went to the Rhône, north and south.  It was fun.  Here’s a very lengthy post about it…(but I’ve bunged in plenty of pictures to help us along our way). As always, if it's in yellow, it's a link. I dropped Noah off at...

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The end of an error…Era?

The end of an error…Era?

Well, it has only been just over a month, but it feels like finishing my work in the vineyards and cellar at the end of July – because, you know, August in Italy - was an aeon ago… The last week was spent underground, laying all the recently filled bottles on their...

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White Light White Heat

White Light White Heat

Well, given that it is now just about summer – is the first week of June late spring, or early summer…? – I thought it high time I did a post about what has been going on here during the spring. White Light I will start with the most recent Italian news, since it’s...

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Should I Stay Or Should I Go…?

Should I Stay Or Should I Go…?

Well, here we are again, 11 months later... At the end of June last year, I posted a blog about restrictions on travel easing and places opening up again. With summer 2021 just around the corner, it's that time of year once more when we are allowed to think about...

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…My Arse

…My Arse

Now, does anyone remember the European Super League?  Come on, you must remember!  Those were heady days, weren’t they?  Both of them. Pub Trivia Night question coming up: does anyone know who scored the first goal in the European Super League? ...

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Spring Fever

Spring Fever

Well, Easter has come and gone and we’re in mid-April.  Spring, damaging frosts at the start of the month notwithstanding, is here. And that means growth in the vineyards – but not only for the vines.  Around the time of budding, we also get the arrival of...

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East-er West?

East-er West?

Right, I haven’t done a blog post at all this year – what is there to say…?  January and February, I was at home looking after Noah every other week, looking for importers for my wine and someone to give me some guidance with my writing.  Other than that,...

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Yule Blog…

Yule Blog…

...and so will I... I'm sorry, I'm so sorry.  I need help.  Professional help. In the meantime, I thought I would do a final little blog post for the first year of PiemonteMio and Byrne Vini.  And what a year it's been: what a time to be launching new...

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Harvest Festival…

Harvest Festival…

The harvest may have finished this year, but I hope this post is a little more relevant than the Anglo Saxon Chronicles…As ever here, if it's in yellow, click on it - you might like it. 2020 has been a good year for the vineyards here in Piemonte – without doubt there...

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Push for the Byrne

Push for the Byrne

Well, here we are again. I have recently had another article published in The Local Italy – this time about what assistance there has been for wine producers here in Italy due to the Corona virus pandemic and what the situation is for producers in Piemonte.  I...

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