Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Hameau du Lac
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... and followed with a final crustard.
Wines were good - a 2013 Chiroulet La Côte d'Heux from Famille Fezas (Gros Manseng) and a 2013 Cuvée des Filles d'Embidoure, a Merlot dominant Bordeaux blend.
The service was a little stretched but the food was good and a fine time was had.
What a great few days we had spent in Gers. It seemed ages since we arrived in the room with the alembic running at ...
The final day in Gers tinged with sadness but somehow we all felt like we had been there for quite a while - I guess fitting in so much in such a short time has it's advantages. We ate our final breakfast and said goodbye to our Auberge.
Fun was had trying to pack the selection of wines, Armagnac, prunes and preserves into my case - it was akin to Tetris apart form when you filled a complete row it didn't disappear. There was a point when ...
... the party one (or in a number of cases) two bottles of wine to present to the table of wine which we either loved or thought would be a good thing to try. These wines were to accompany the Foie Gras, cheese (the whites) and the Cassoulet (the reds) - we had an incredible and eclectic collection - far too many for tasting note writing but made for a truly boozy and fabulous evening.
The list of wines was as follows:
1. NV Crémant de Limoux Brut ...
... kitchen where we were to be presented a selection of her find Armagnacs.
Before the tasting, Floriane gave a wonderful introduction to Armagnac which was a very personal view elegantly presented. Floriane provided some nuances which we had not heard from others - her house is in Ténarèze where she explained means "the road to the crest" with the history being a trade route between Bordeaux and the Pyrenees avoiding ...
... Then somewhat surprisingly (this is not my story!) he returned to civilian life as a hairdresser in Bordeaux. Then world war 2 hit (this should be a movie!) he was mobilised, taken prisoner, escaped, joined the resistance in the village of Eauze where he met Hélène (remember her?). Either his good looks or perhaps his skill with scissors she was hooked as was he (probably as her family story was better than his!) and they got married! The rest is ...