Auberge La Dauphine
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... ly the first pressing (Cuvée) wine was used. The C******nay was part fermented in barrel and allowed to go through malolactic. After bottling, the wine spent 28 months on the lees before dégorgement.
Lemon yellow with a lively mousse. Bread on the nose. Light on the palate with high acidity and a lemon finish with hints of brioche.
2. Isabeau 2012 14%
60% C******nay, 35% Semillon, 5% Viognier on the day, ...
An early start to the day found us on the bus leaving the wine region of the Cape lowlands and driving through the Hottentot Mountain Range into the wheat producing plain of South Africa. The scenery from Franschoek through to Swellendam via Franschoek mountain Pass and on to the Tradouw Pass through the next mountain range and into the Little Karoo and a semi arid desert beggars my vocabulary of superlatives. Imagine ...
... in Wyoming/Texas/Nevada.
... store. Six of us went to a department store so a group could get a lock for a patient. After there we proceeded to the coffee shop. (The real coffee shop.) We weren't at the house long, when our driver came to pick us up to take us to the mobile clinic. On the way over I opened up my carbonated water and it exploded all over me. On my arms, my legs, and all over my shirt. Needless to say I made a great first impression. We had a brief introduction to the ...
... this before! Sensei is passionate about his craft and he has a way of injecting his food with that passion. You can taste in his dishes the love he has for the food he prepares.
Part way through the meal, the owner of the estate popped in to collect some sushi for he and his wife. It’s just so casual. So normal. He just walks on in, sauntering as a relaxed man with no worries would do, and has a chat with us while he waits, ...