Les Chalets De La Vingeanne
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After a small blip, of Peter having a grumpy day and finally admitting to being a little bit over it and feeling homesick, we are back on track. I feel guilty as he has been doing all the driving but I have offered to try. All too quickly he said no, I think the thought of me driving Frankie was an even scarier prospect.
We made our way down France to the ...
... consumption of the local wine! Leaving Dijon, we will be turning east into the Alps, climbing towards Mont Blanc, western Europe's highest mountain. We are heading to Chamonix-Mont-Blanc (or Chamonix), a fashionable ski resort during winter near the junction of France, Switzerland and Italy,. Chamonix is renowned for its alpine skiing and lies at the base of Mont Blanc, ...
... Beaune is the largest grand cru in Burgundy as a whole. Interestingly there is one owner of Clos Vougeot who sub-leases the vineyard to 51 people - actors/actresses; wealthy business owners; professionals, etc - all produce their own vintages. The owner conducts a ceremony each year to 'taste' each wine to ensure the quality of the wines continues. The entire Cote d'Or region includes 1040 acres, with the entire length of the Burgundy region being 235km length. We ...
Today it was back to mounting those instruments of torture for a ride through the burgundy countryside through the vineyards of Beaune. It was a pretty little joint about 20 mins train ride from Dijon. After a quick ride through the city to a shop to get some lunch off we went through the hills (hills being the operative word). On the way through the country side i came across a really familiar marker (joelene was the first to spot it). It was ...
It wouldn't be a trip to Burgundy without some serious wine sampling. To do this we decided to take a bus tour. Mr S and I are starting to quite like these small bus tours, as you know this is our third for this trip. We were met by Stephen - an Englishman who had moved to France many years ago and now lives in Dijon. On the bus was us, my sister and an American couple. Frank and his wife (can't remember her name) were lovely and ...