Mar. 07, 1972 - It is not impossible to find a Frenchman selling whiskey in London, but the French find it funny and a little bit odd to think that their wine-seller is English. With a slight London accent and a very British mustache, Steven Spurrier will surprise you with his knowledge about wine that equals that of any French sommelier. He bought a quaint little boutique on a street in the Quartier de la Madeleine. His customers are very satisfied with Spurrier's reliable taste

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Mar. 07, 1972 - It is not impossible to find a Frenchman selling whiskey in London, but the French find it funny and a little bit odd to think that their wine-seller is English. With a slight London accent and a very British mustache, Steven Spurrier will surprise you with his knowledge about wine that equals that of any French sommelier. He bought a quaint little boutique on a street in the Quartier de la Madeleine. His customers are very satisfied with Spurrier's reliable taste
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Mar. 07, 1972 - It is not impossible to find a Frenchman selling whiskey in London, but the French find it funny and a little bit odd to think that their wine-seller is English. With a slight London accent and a very British mustache, Steven Spurrier will surprise you with his knowledge about wine that equals that of any French sommelier. He bought a quaint little boutique on a street in the Quartier de la Madeleine. His customers are very satisfied with Spurrier's reliable taste. He never pushes them to drink whiskey, but rather incites them to discover the charms of the latest beaujolais for example. Picture: Steven Spurrier in his store. (Credit Image: Keystone Pictures USA/ZUMAPRESS)