Château De Melin
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I figured that while Alyssa was busy typing away at a serious blog entry that I would update you on the feast that we just took on.
Four course dinner? That won't be too much... Or so I thought. I started off my meal with the most gourmet salad that I've ever had placed in front of me. Goat cheese, tomatoes, fancy lettuce and a mustard vinaigrette made it ...
... that sells over 300 wines, and was offering a tasting of 7 Beaune-area wines. We bought a couple bottles to bring home with us, to share with our families when we host a French-themed dinner!
So, Josh has been making fun of me all this trip, but what I have been enjoying even more than people watching is dog watching! So many dogs in France, and most of them are pure bred dogs. I have seen maybe one or ...
... availability :( Instead we walked up a hill - to my pleasure - so that we (Alyssa) could get some pictures of Beaune and of some of the grape vines.
As we walked around town looking for things to do today we (Alyssa) saw the 'moutarderie' on the map. We headed in that direction and decided to give it a go. Once we got there we found out that it was indeed a mustard factory and was set up for tours and tastings. ...
... on narrow roads, with surprises at each turn. Always a church and steeple at their centre, and most houses open straight onto the those narrow little streets. Impossible to capture all on film. Stopped at a boulangerie to buy lunch and ate in the carpark of a local gendarmerie! In the afternoon we walked through town to its major tourist attraction - the Hotel Dieu or, Hotel of God. A hospital established ...
... family held and under no circumstances release to outsiders. The plots are also generally surrounded by stone walls. 1 hectare of vines depending on the location can start at 300,000 euro and if in the Grand Cru area up to 3 million euro. Naturally, the cost of the bottles are related to the cost structure and can reach up to 7,000 euro per bottle with no shortage of takers world wide. We decided to take on a wine route that that took us high into the hills ...