18 May 2010

The Blue Bottle


Have you seen white wine in a blue bottle before? This is called Out of the Blue - unusual to see a French wine with an English name. This is a Côte de Provence - shared at La Pergola some weeks ago with the lovely Nathalie from Avignon in Photos.

13 comments:

  1. je connais pas, mais la bouteille est tres belle

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  2. Beautiful--- A pret-a-porter (literally) wine! I love Cotes de Provence.

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  3. I remember bluebottles in Australia - they refer to something else entirely, don't they?

    Thanks for this lovely memory - I remember the fun we had photographing the bottle... and then drinking it :-)

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  4. Clever. But was it good?

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  5. What a clever way to market the wine. Did it taste as good as it looks?

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  6. Brattcat and Sharon - yes it was good - a nice light Provence wine. Next time with you, perhaps?

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  7. Love the bottle and I'm fascinated with the Icy Bag too.
    Pour me a glass, please!:)
    V

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  8. I love blue glass of any sort...that a (good) wine came in it, all the better. Wish I'd been there (with Julie the Cat, of course:)

    ciao-meow, Jilly

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  9. I like it! It's so pretty. When we do meet up in September, I look forward to sharing something cold and refreshing :D

    Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. See you tomorrow!

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  10. Anonymous19 May, 2010

    At La Pergola !!!

    Just infront the 9 Porte de France, our regular June hiding place.

    Nice choice Jilly.

    ...of course also with Plage Napoléon.

    :-))

    ...but as you know, not this year.

    CU2011

    Luc

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  11. From the title, I feared it would be about bad news on the beach.
    But the lovely blue actual bottle is a nice surprise, English and all.

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  12. "Out of the Blue" to drink in the "côte d'AZUR", it seems to me perfect ! Refreshing !

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