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5 novembre 2011 6 05 /11 /novembre /2011 18:21

Comme l’aurait dit madame Claude à propos de monsieur K : il besogne dur le Juan Antonio de l’ASEVIN car dans son nouveau courrier le programme de l’événement s'est considérablement étoffé en quelques jours. Vous jugerez par vous-même mais tout de même sous le plomb de ses mots il me semble facile de soupeser la légèreté du travail. Mais bon, si ses mandants gobent ses justifications besogneuses, libre à eux, c’est leur argent, pas le mien. Pour ma part je trouve que de le voir patauger ainsi dans la semoule à un côté pitoyable et j’ai pour tradition de ne pas tirer sur les ambulances. Quant au dénommé Jay Miller je ne l’embaucherais même pas pour laver les verres...

 

De toute façon vive le furtif !

 

Dear Sirs,

 

The Association ASEVIN, in name of the totality of the 21 wineries it represents, issues the following statement to confirm and reiterate the following points in relation to the case of the visit of Jay Miller to Jumilla (Murcia), published in the blog http://jimsloire.blogspot.com/ and others :

 

1.      On the 2nd of November 2011, ASEVIN sent a communication to web-blogs, which published (in JPG format) an email containing confidential information from ASEVIN directed to its recipients, in which the web-blogs were informed that the maintenance of this JPG image on their sites could result in legal action being undertaken.

 

-The blog http://www.berthomeau.com/ proceeded to remove said image from their site.

- The blog http://jimsloire.blogspot.com/ continued to publish entries on the 2nd and 4th of November.

 

ASEVIN STATES AND CONFIRMES THE FOLLOWING POINTS:

 

The seminar/conference and the visit by Jay Miller was never confirmed by us and the corresponding contract was to be signed after the 10th of November, since the entire The Wine Academy team was not in Spain at the time.

   

 The Wine Academy of Spain has temporarily cancelled the visit of Jay Miller to the region of Murcia.

   

Neither ASEVIN nor The Wine Academy nor The Wine Advocate will be able to charge any economic quantity to the wineries for the visit of Jay Miller to wineries in the region of Murcia nor for the tasting of their wines.

   

ASEVIN assumes full responsibility for the charge which was to be made to the wineries – which the mail refers to – and confirms that the request for payment was made by ASEVIN, not The Wine Academy or Jay Miller. “We, ASEVIN, assume the responsibility for ‘requesting the wineries’ to pay economic quantities to cover the costs derived from the possible seminar and tasting (the visit to Jumilla was not included in the official programme of The Wine Advocate, which will take place at the end of November. Therefore, ASEVIN asked TWA to make it possible for Jay Miller to visit Jumilla (Murcia) to offer his opinion on this region’s wines). We sincerely apologise for any misunderstanding which may have ensued and for any damage which may have been caused to Jay Miller, The Wine Academy, Pancho Campo, Robert Parker and The Wine Advocate.

   

ASEVIN, in the case that Jay Miller’s visit to Jumilla actually pulls through, commits to directly paying The Wine Academy of Spain the amount agreed upon to cover all costs for the organisation of said seminar-conference, as well as the tasting of Monastrell and the fees of Jay Miller and Pancho Campo. This amount will also cover the costs of travel, fees and accommodation for three persons from The Wine Academy who will assist ASEVIN in setting up, providing the logistics for, and promoting, the event.

   

ASEVIN’S proposal to TWA to visit Murcia arises from the interest of wineries in the area, which form part of our association, in receiving Jay Miller’s opinion about Jumilla, and in gleaning better insight into the US and Asian markets.

   

Bearing the conditions stated above, in the case that The Wine Academy and Jay Miller would reconsider their visit to Jumilla, the programme of events would be as indicated below:

 

 24th November: Arrival of Jay Miller and The Wine Academy team. Visit to a wine maker of Jay Miller’s choosing

25th November: Visit to two wine makers of Jay Miller’s choosing

 

25th November (afternoon): Visit to two wine makers of Jay Miller’s choosing

 

26th November: Visit to wine makers of Jay Miller’s choosing

 

26th November (times to be confirmed):

 

·         6pm to 7pm: Conference by Pancho Campo and Jay Miller about US and Chinese markets for the media and professionals in the wine sector from the region of Murcia

 

·         7:30pm to 9pm: Tasting and seminar about the Monastrell grape and the wines of Murcia. 12 Murcian wines will be tasted (those which have obtained the highest Parker points).

 

·         Venue: Salones Pio XII

 

Juan Antonio Ruiz Jiménez

 

      Secretario ASEVIN

 

Tlf. 968716121-667560182

 

Este documento y los documentos adjuntos, en su caso, son confidenciales y únicamente podrán ser usados exclusivamente por su destinatario; puede contener información confidencial o legalmente protegida. No hay renuncia a la confidencialidad o secreto profesional por cualquier transmisión defectuosa o errónea. La recepción del mensaje no autoriza el acceso al contenido del mismo si usted no es el destinatario, por lo que en tal circunstancia deberá destruirlo de inmediato y notificar este extremo al remitente. Le informamos que está totalmente prohibida cualquier divulgación, distribución, o reproducción de este mensaje.

 

En cumplimiento de la L.O.15/1999 de Protección de Datos de Carácter Personal, le informamos que su dirección de correo electrónico y los datos personales facilitados por usted se han incorporado al fichero del que es Responsable, Juan Antonio Ruiz Jiménez. La finalidad del fichero es poder mantener futuras comunicaciones por la relación iniciada. Podrá ejercitar sus derechos de acceso, rectificación, cancelación y oposición en la sede del Responsable del Fichero: Av. Reyes Católicos, 31-1º B 30520-Jumilla (Murcia).

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Hervé Lalau 06/11/2011 11:10



Tiens c'est drôle, Jacques, j'ai écrit à peu prè sla même chose ce matin.


A Hong Kong se joue le Wine Future, pendant qu'à Epernay, on boit du bon : Chroniques
Vineuses



Luc Charlier 06/11/2011 11:06



Si,
compañeros, pero nosotros no quieremos tener alguno que burglar !



Hervé Lalau 05/11/2011 21:11



Et pendant ce tamps-là, M. Campo accueille Robert Parker, Jancis Robinson, James
Suckling, Angelo Gaja, Jaime Araujo, Michel Rolland et Francis Ford Coppola à Hong Kong pour la deuxième édition de son Wine Future.


Tous ces gros poissons n'ont que faire des péripéties jumillanaises de Miller et vous
saluent bien, Maître Jacques. A Hong Kong, les buffets bien garnis, on va parler de l'avenir de la planète vin entre gens importants. Mr 100/100. Mr. Interpol. Mr Flying Consultant. Mr Who-need-
terroir-when-there-is-marketing. Mr Merlot for Brunello, etc....


Qu'importe même s'il n'en sort rien, c'est ze place to be pour 3 jours. Les Cadors on
les r'trouve aux belles places, nickel... chantait Souchon, les autres c'est Châteauroux Palace, plus d'ciel... Tiens, Epernay et les Artisans du Champagne, c'était bien.



JACQUES BERTHOMEAU 05/11/2011 21:20



Même si on me payait je n'irais pas c'est d'un vulgaire achevé et je suis sûr qu'on s'y emmerde grave... J'ai mieux à faire et sans prétention en matière de gros poissons j'ai vu beaucoup plus
gros dans ma carrière ceux-ci ne sont que des gagne-petits...



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