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100 1  Walker, Ray. 
245 14 The road to burgundy:|bthe unlikely story of an American 
       making wine and a new life in france|h[Hoopla electronic 
       resource] /|cRay Walker. 
250    Unabridged. 
260    [United States] :|bTantor Audio :|bMade available through 
       hoopla,|c2013. 
300    1 online resource (1 audio file (7hr., 51 min.)) :
       |bdigital. 
506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
511 1  Read by Sean Crisden. 
520    Ray Walker had a secure career in finance until a wine-
       tasting vacation ignited a passion that he couldn't 
       stifle. Ray neglected his work, spending hours poring over
       ancient French winemaking texts, learning the techniques 
       and the language, and daydreaming about vineyards. After 
       Ray experienced his first taste of wine from Burgundy, he 
       could wait no longer. He quit his job and went to France 
       to start a winery-with little money, a limited command of 
       French, and virtually no winemaking experience. Fueled by 
       determination and joie de vivre, he immersed himself in 
       the extraordinary history of Burgundy's vineyards and 
       began honing his skills. Ray became a pioneer in his use 
       of ancient techniques in modern times and founded Maison 
       Ilan. In 2009, Ray became the first non-French winemaker 
       to purchase grapes and produce a wine from Le Chambertin, 
       long considered to be one of the most revered and singular
       vineyards in the world. Along with his struggle to capture
       his wine's distinct terroir, Ray shares enthralling 
       stories of late-night tastings, flying down the Route 
       National on a vintage Peugeot bicycle with no brakes, and 
       his journey to secure both the trust of his insular 
       Burgundian neighbors and the region's most coveted grapes.
       Capturing the sunlight, the smell of the damp soil, and 
       the taste of superlative wine, The Road to Burgundy is a 
       glorious celebration of finding one's true path in life, 
       and taking a chance-whatever the odds. 
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