1. Hi Susan,

    I am visiting my sister, Germaine, in Paris. We will look for the wine.
    Most likely will not be in Provence. great article!

  2. Hi Mary and Germaine,
    What are you two up to in Paris? Cooking classes? So good to hear from you. Let's plan a rendezvous when you return!

  3. Susan – for starters, I am always impressed with the amount of research you do for your posts! Amazing! And this one was really fascinating, especially as I have so often heard of the Knights Templar but really knew nothing about them. And the wine sounds really good – as usual, I fear they won't be found in Tucson! ~ David

  4. Hi David,
    This was a fun post, especially the research part! I sent a note off to the distributor to see if we can find out if there is a Tucson source. Will let you know! Thanks, as always, for your note!

  5. Indeed, this is a wonderful post. Very informative. I'm working on a series of novels set in the Age of Chivalry, three of which belong to the sub-series "Tales from the Languedoc," and three to "The Templar Tales." You might, therefore, be interested in my website: . I hope you'll check it out!

  6. Hi Helena,
    I thought I would take a quick peak at your website–and then return later–but it was so compelling, I ended up spending much more time on that site and others, reading about chivalry as well as many other interesting topics. I will return. Thanks for dropping by my blog!

  7. Glad you enjoyed it, Susan! Looks like we have much in common, and we'll just have to stay in touch virtually. Meanwhile, have a good weekend.

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