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World's Oldest Home Wine, Olive Oil and Beer (and perfume) making shop
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Secret Ingredient
2011-06-26 18:42:15 UTC
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Chez Tout Pour La Cave is in Nice, France. They have a screwy URL. It's:

http://www.tplc.oxatis.com/

It's all in French. It's pretty neat with wooden barrels, stainless steel barrels and things you just don't see in the US.

I wrote about it at my food blog:

http://dangermencooking.blogspot.com/2011/06/chez-tout-pour-la-cave.html
Tim W
2011-07-07 09:53:53 UTC
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Post by Secret Ingredient
http://www.tplc.oxatis.com/
It's all in French. It's pretty neat with wooden barrels, stainless steel
barrels and things you just don't see in the US.
http://dangermencooking.blogspot.com/2011/06/chez-tout-pour-la-cave.html
"I have no idea of what this is, but in French, it's a:
Doseur en verre bouchon liège 1 cl"

Something like:
1cl dosing stopper in glass and cork.

Enjoyed your blog.

An English 'stone' weight is iirc 14lb, not 16lb. Hope you don't mind me
saying.

Looks like you enjoyed your trip to France. Those little shops will all be
gone in a few years.

Round here in the uk this area always pruduced cider. A lot of the old trees
are still here but most of the fruit rots on the ground now and the old farm
presses have not been used for years.

Tim W

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