Wine bottles and bottles of the same brand are not the same, a French wine maker has said.
A wine maker named Thierry Maudet says he’s been trying to figure out the origins of a bottle called La Vie, which is often confused with a wine called Beaujolais, and has been posting videos to his YouTube channel to explain the mystery.
“A lot of people have been trying for years to find out the origin of La Vies name,” Maudets channel, The Real Wine Blog, begins.
“I’ve seen a lot of the videos but I was never able to figure it out.”
In a post on YouTube, Maudetts explained how the bottle has its origins.
“[The bottle] is named after the region in France where it was made,” Marnot wrote.
“It was made from a very hard limestone from the region.
The stone was very difficult to work with.
You can see the cracks in it when you look at it.”
The shape of the bottle is not typical of wine, and this is due to the fact that the wine is made from limestone.
It’s not a traditional wine.
I can’t explain the name because there are so many theories.
“Maudets website also says La Vielas origin is unknown.
According to a tweet from Marnots Facebook page, Marnotos team has “been collecting and studying” the bottles bottles and the rocks they are made of.
Marnot said the bottles are made from granite which he believes is “very rare” and that the bottles were created by the Romans.
In other words, Mournot thinks that the rocks were used to make the bottles.
While it is possible that Marnota is correct that the bottle was created by Roman soldiers, the stones would have been of an older age than the bottles, which would mean that they must have been used to produce wine in ancient times.
There are other theories, too.
For example, Mignot said that the limestone that is the source of the bottles is found in the Alps, and it has been used in wine making for at least 1,000 years.
And there’s also the possibility that the glass bottle was made with the help of a French scientist, who Marnatot believes is a “fictional character” who is not real.
That theory would make sense given that the name La Viere is in French, the French language and the French name of the area where the bottle originates.
But Marnotte says he has no evidence that that is true, either.”
And the fact is that I can’t find any real person who knows the history of the region.” “
But I have nothing to prove it.
And the fact is that I can’t find any real person who knows the history of the region.”
“I’m convinced that it is not an anomaly.”
Mignot’s theories are not only unproven, but they are also the kind of theories that most people who have worked in the wine industry are not even aware of.
According to Wine Spectator, there are no actual bottles in the world that are named after a region in which they were made.
Only in wine are these bottles named after regions.