Le Chateau de Projan

Address: Projan, Gers, Midi-Pyrénées, 32400, France | Castle
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      Domaine du Tariquet - a tall tale and fine tasting

      A travel blog entry by hadwin on Jan 16, 2015

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      ... of Ercé at the foot of the Pyrenees was a Bear tamer by trade (yip, a Bear tamer - apparently they had these then). He took his beasts over to the US (that must have been an interesting ocean crossing) but eventually, longing for his roots he returned to find a place nearer home to grow old and fell in love with Tariquet but couldn't afford to buy the property (could not even "Bear-ly" afford it *guffaw*). Luckily his son, Jean Pierre, who clearly ...

      Chateau de Bordeneuve - Baron de Sigagnac

      A travel blog entry by hadwin on Jan 16, 2015

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      ... Baron de Sigognac - 20 ans d'Âge

      40% from Ugni Blanc and Baco.

      Woody nose with sweet spice and prunes which followed through on the palate.

      3. Baron de Sigognac 1974

      Spirit dominant with big peppery notes on the nose. Smooth caramel and spice on the palate finishing with an almond note.

      No rest for the wicked, we had to head off to our next destination - this was a full on day!

      Its all about the Bas - Armagnac Delord

      A travel blog entry by hadwin on Jan 15, 2015

      14 photos

      ... with the white one being marginally drier than the red. Flowery aromas and warming with 17% alcohol but well balanced.

      And so to our first food. Yip, Foie Gras and Magret for starters! Lovely fresh Foie Gras with some Brioche toast to spread it on. Fabulous. This was followed by a traditional thick soup/stew called Garbure. This is a hearty dish of meat (some confit), cabbage, beans, potatoes and anything else they can find! This is the traditional peasant ...


      A travel blog entry by brookealexandra on Oct 31, 2014

      ... during the ride, wanting to give me some lollipops as a thank you.  She said she knew it was silly, but she told me she just wanted to show her appreciation.  I told her it wasn't necessary, but she insisted.  I love sugar anyways so excepted (plus, even if I had wanted to argue, my brain was pretty much useless at this point).   We finally arrived in Pau, and I saw Maxime waiting in his car.  All I needed was my suitcase from under the bus and ...

      Arzacq-Arraziguet to Pomps. 20 km

      A travel blog entry by elizabethbarker on Oct 16, 2014

      ... the local basket ball court.. The local twelve year old boys are trying to impress us with their Pele, foot ball manoeuvres ..the two fat ladies , one quite obviously a dyke serving us up badly presented but tasty lasagna ..... Terry drinking the worst white wine she's ever tasted...Helen and drinking chateau cardboard red , which was quite ok..... Time for bed... Going back to to the timber shack and only because there is only five of us... Us ...