Tronches de Vin, Wine Mugs, French Anti Wine Guide to Indie Winemakers

Tronches is not quite French slang, more a colloquial word for face. It translate to 'mug' as in mugshot.

When i first saw Tronches de Vin mentionned, I thought it would feature portraits of winemakers.


Actually this book written by 5 French wine bloggers is the anti-establishment version of a wine guide.

They call it an 'anti wine guide'.

It will be published in France in March 2013.

(* Image from 'Tronches de Vin' Facebook page)

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