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Seattle, WA -- Jan 16, 2020

Guess who had the privilege to meet un membre de l'Académie française yesterday? Moi!!!www.frenchtruly.com/most-exciting-paris-experience-so-far/François Cheng est un homme profond et passionnant né en Chine en 1929. ll est arrivé en France à l’âge de 19 ans parce que son père devait participer à la création de l’Unesco à Paris. François ne parlait alors pas un mot de français. Et puis il est tombé amoureux de la culture et de la langue françaises. Il est tombé amoureux de la littérature et de la poésie françaises. How & where did I meet him? I attended my favorite tv program called La Grande Librairie!I will share the link when it’s out so you can hear François Cheng describe the various French steps of his fascinating erudite and spiritual life. He talked mostly about Faith, Joy, Beauty, Poetry, and the French word “sens” which means three different things: sensation, direction, signification. Exactement le genre de questions que je me pose à longueur de journées, sans jamais pouvoir trouver de réponses of course… c’est mon côté Socrate. Lui, avait des réponses que j’ai trouvées émouvantes, touchantes, justes. Mais vous verrez bientôt par vous-mêmes! ... See MoreSee Less

Guess who had the privilege to meet un membre de lAcadémie française yesterday? Moi!!!
https://www.frenchtruly.com/most-exciting-paris-experience-so-far/
François Cheng est un homme profond et passionnant né en Chine en 1929. ll est arrivé en France à l’âge de 19 ans parce que son père devait participer à la création de l’Unesco à Paris. François ne parlait alors pas un mot de français. Et puis il est tombé amoureux de la culture et de la langue françaises. Il est tombé amoureux de la littérature et de la poésie françaises. 
How & where did I meet him? I attended my favorite tv program called La Grande Librairie!
I will share the link when it’s out so you can hear François Cheng describe the various French steps of his fascinating erudite and spiritual life. He talked mostly about Faith, Joy, Beauty, Poetry, and the French word “sens” which means three different things: sensation, direction, signification. Exactement le genre de questions que je me pose à longueur de journées, sans jamais pouvoir trouver de réponses of course… c’est mon côté Socrate. Lui, avait des réponses que j’ai trouvées émouvantes, touchantes, justes. Mais vous verrez bientôt par vous-mêmes!Image attachmentImage attachment
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Seattle, WA -- Jan 15, 2020

Muscovy Duck Leg Confit a simple luxury at lunch. Treat yourself. ... See MoreSee Less

Muscovy Duck Leg Confit a simple luxury at lunch. Treat yourself.
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Cafe Campagne is at Cafe Campagne.
Cafe Campagne

Seattle, WA -- Jan 15, 2020

We have a few spots left! Join us January 16th at 6:00pm for a beautifully paired tasting menu featuring Buty Wines.#cafecampagne #butywinery #winedinners @ Cafe Campagne ... See MoreSee Less

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French Immersion School of Washington is at South Bellevue Community Center.
French Immersion School of Washington

Seattle, WA -- Jan 18, 2020

We are ready to meet you 😊! ... See MoreSee Less

We are ready to meet you 😊!
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Seattle, WA -- Jan 5, 2020

On its simplest level, if you like what we do and the wines and spirits we pour (not to mention cheeses we serve), please take a moment to make your voice heard regarding these ridiculous goddamned tariffs. If that’s not enough, think about the small and independent farmer/producers whose livelihoods will be damaged, about our distributors here in Seattle who won’t be able to afford to import these products or continue to pay/employ their staffs, about how what little product we will be able to get in will suddenly be astronomically priced, about how if you can’t afford to drink with us we won’t be able to pay our staff (or our rent, for that matter). This is a devastating proposition. If you have two minutes today, please go to the link above to oppose these tariffs. A link to the LA Times piece from @suitcasewine is in our bio if you need more convincing. #vivelesvinsnaturels ... See MoreSee Less

On its simplest level, if you like what we do and the wines and spirits we pour (not to mention cheeses we serve), please take a moment to make your voice heard regarding these ridiculous goddamned tariffs. If that’s not enough, think about the small and independent farmer/producers whose livelihoods will be damaged, about our distributors here in Seattle who won’t be able to afford to import these products or continue to pay/employ their staffs, about how what little product we will be able to get in will suddenly be astronomically priced, about how if you can’t afford to drink with us we won’t be able to pay our staff (or our rent, for that matter). This is a devastating proposition. If you have two minutes today, please go to the link above to oppose these tariffs. A link to the LA Times piece from @suitcasewine is in our bio if you need more convincing. #vivelesvinsnaturels
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