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Mas de l'Écriture
5 Jul 2010 by Tamlyn Currin
The art of writing is very similar to making wine, says Pascal Fulla, by way of explaining why he named his Languedoc winery Mas de l’Écriture. He went on to say that both are expressions of oneself, both ways of communicating and both symbolic of civilisation. In bold script painted across a creamy sunlit wall of the winery is the quotation, ‘ Impose ta chance, serre ton bonheur et va vers ton risque. A te regarder, ils s’habitueront’. Carpe-diem words by René Char, poet and activist, and there in flawless black and white, a glimpse of Pascal Fulla – philosopher and achiever, rebel and perfectionist.  I...

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