Which brings me to, I really have very little to say about the next day except where has Mark Angli and his wines (Domaine de la Sansonnire) been all my life? Angli, was going for the Irish country look with his tweed golf cap and blue Aran sweater. Say what you will about confirmed and practiced biodynamists but it is impossible not to notice a depth of soul. Talking with him he explained why he would not go for the AOC (when you see the appellation controle label, the stamp of approval that lets him say Anjou on his bottles). Now that he sees the organization will be run by the corporate Bordeaux or Champagne region, he really doesn't care. "It doesn't matter anyway,” he said, "people buy my wine because they know my wine. They ask for La Lune, not Anjou. I would have liked to advertise for Anjou, but, too bad. " The 2004 La Lune is a dry beauty with tart lemon dust. The 2005 is not quite as dry and full of texture and the lemon is more confity. At 4pm, I picked up my bag, headed back to Paris on the train, back to my friend's flat on the Canal St. Martin.