When I read Women, Work, and the Art of Savoir Faire: Business Sense & Sensibility, by Mireille Guiliano, she recounted the motto of the Veuve Clicquot Champagne firm as “Only one quality, the finest” (“une seule qualité, la toute première”). This intrigued me. I thought about the words “quality” and “finest” and their subjectivity. While there was obviously application to consumer goods, I thought about other examples where quality and fineness applied, like lives lived with integrity.
The purpose of this blog is to look for and celebrate examples of the finest quality, wherever it may be found. As well, I’ll include a discussion about a French word or phrase that relates to the topic to help you learn, or refresh, your French.
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