What are the ingredients in Jan Cousteau's favorite court bouillon recipe for lobster?

Jan Cousteau adds white wine and white vinegar to the cooking water in her court bouillon recipe for lobster. She also has a bouquet garni. Her bouquet garni is made of bay leaves, carrot, celery, cloves, onion, parsley, peppercorns, and thyme.

Court bouillon ['briefly boiled liquid'] is a flavored liquid that traditionally is used for poaching or quick cooking fish and seafood. Jan's recipe for court bouillion for lobster was published in the tenth and last issue of Fathom magazine in 1973.

For Jan's recipe, please visit the link provided below.