Germain-Robin Archive:

Notes from Ansley: Baudoinia Compniacensis

December 16, 2015 | Posted by: Ansley Coale


Ansley at the door to a Maison Surrenne cellar. The black stuff is a local mold, Baudoinia Compniacensis, that grows on the evaporating fumes from barrels of cognac. Below our cellar at the ranch had it after a few years, probably from the old cognac barrels we were using.


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