Le Chateau de Projan
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... did, well we arrived at this Aire and who should drive in 30mins later, Steve and Sue, the Aire they were going to they just didn't fancy and from all the Aires around they choose this one..! We went for a walk a minute into the village at 5.30pm and the late afternoon beer turned into Beer, Wine, Dinner and a Brandy Night Cap..! Boy what a lovely meal tho and a nice treat in an 'appropriate location' and good ...
Hi blog 5 our fourth week
Just spent a night at Talmont beautiful place old narrow streets no traffic weather warm. Staying 2 nights by the sea and beach at St Georges Didonne first day hot & sunny second cloudy cycled to Royan saw where the ferry will be leaving to take us to le Verdon sur Mer 24th. Met our first English couple for 10 days, they parked next to us ...
... means Thrushes - when the first arrive with the autumn the late harvest begins.
Bright and golden. Cheesy nose, palate of pears with good acid balance.
6. Dernières Grives 2012
Petit Manseng. Vey late harvest just before the Thrushes get them! Produced in very small quantities.
Deep golden colour, very honeyed nose with a hint of vanilla.
And then followed by five Armagnacs (hic!)
1. Folle Blanche ...
... had a lively nose and sweet note on the palate. This was closely followed by the 2013 vintage which had spent about a year in barrel - this had already got colour but tasted of liquorice but was smooth and destined for greatness! From the distillery back to the tasting room for a lovely lunch - there were patés and small sandwiches along with some fabulous cheese including two cows cheeses - Saint-Félicien form the Rhône-Alpes and my all time favourite Mont ...
... 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 ...