Les Chambres Guest House
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South facing eight year old vines. Inoculated and left on lees for five months, 10% in small French oak casks.
Slightly darker lemon colour. Grassy nose with noticeable minerality. Dry palate with apricots and gooseberry. More mid-palate and length.
3. C******nay 2014
Low yielding vines from 2Ha along the riverside in sandy soils. Fermented in French oak barrels, 15% new, inoculated. Lees were ...
... specifically a lovely white C******nay. Then, we had a quick stop to buy a bottle of desert wine called 'Noble harvest Ratafia' - a bottle that I loved when we has it at Myoga in My. Then it was into a restaurant with the most amazing views - where we had a very nice lunch with John. And then finally, to a new estate called Anura - a smaller estate that isn't even in the ...
... nice, but our South African itinerary is unfortunately much too tight.
It's a small world here in Franschhoek - the guy who started our earlier tour at My Wyn ran into us as we were walking near our guesthouse. It turns out that Johannes is also an artist, with his home and studio nearby, and when he extended an invite for a visit, we couldn't turn it down. So the day ended similar to the way it started, but instead of with a ...
... our tastings our guide took us for a quick walk through the museum. The museum displayed the estate's 320 year history, it was interesting, but not what we were interested in today. We bought a bottle and then hit the road again.
In about 20 minutes we arrived at La Pommier restaurant. Lunch was included in our tour package. We enjoyed a nice, peaceful lunch and once again we were surrounded by mountains and vines. With full bellies we were ready ...
... when we heard a screech "Oh no!". I immediately turned and saw Harolyn falling into the stream sideways. Bill and I hurried to her rescue and helped her get up and out of the water. The bad thing is the river bed was full of rocks and she hit her cheek and arms on some of them. Thank goodness, nothing broke and no serious injury other than some bruising (which will be really visible tomorrow) and a wet camera. It was scary, but I ...