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  • The reason for Mr. Passard's huge influence on the new terroiriste style of cuisine is that he has taken the level of flavors in vegetables to a higher level than any previous chef.

    Chefs return to Nature

  • The French for some time have argued the superiority of their wines on terroiriste grounds: only French soil can produce wines of character and authenticity; hence, no upstart winery in America or New Zealand is worthy of consideration.

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  • "Few things agitate French winemakers more than other winemakers' unspeakable irreverence towards the terroir, the mix of soil and climate found in the place where a vine is grown. The strength of feeling is so great that the country even has its own breed of, er, terroiristes. A group of masked, militant French winemakers has attacked foreign tankers of wine, bricked up a public building and caused small explosions at supermarkets."

    December 27, 2007