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Kawaii Cute; the problem with natural wine today

The wine list at Fulgurances is filled with natural wines, which I often find a little too cider-y for my taste. But the Le Bégou I had from Maxime Magnon, that the friendly waiter suggested, was a great choice with lunch to go with all the dynamic flavors in the food. My heart rose at the Magnon. It sank at the cider. David Lebovitz, the sublime food writer wrote that Fulgrances review.
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