What few men still do…

  Don’t even think of looking for his page on Facebook. Or anywhere else on the web. You just won’t find him there. Dumé Cesari is a man of nature and action. And to be honest, it’s not even sure the internet has reached the lone Corsican village where he manufactures his delicatessen yet. May this last forever, for we

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Corsican wines resurrected : back from heaven

The grapes were here more than twenty centuries ago (think Greek Empire and ancient worlds). Yet 50 years ago, they were almost nowhere to be seen in Corsica. The reason is dire: the Great French Wine Blight followed by World War I were so damaging almost none survived.   End of the story? Hell no. It takes way more to make anything

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What the best Corsican artisans have in common

Have you noticed how most activities seem to have turned all digital somehow? We ask our tablet to tell us how to stem those damned artichokes, we quiz our phone to tell us what the weather’s like behind that window… It’s no surprise that this summer, we all had someone telling us about their plan to go on a digital

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