Les Chambres Guest House
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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, ...
... of wine with like minded locals who were happy to explain all of the South African idiosyncrasies to us along with talking about running events around the world. Nice to see a travelling trio too :) The next morning we continued our trip to Stellenbosch and enjoyed looking around the town along with booking our overland trip from Cape Town to Vic Falls and organising flights to Uganda. Pito was still pretty knackered and we organised some scheduled ...
... blue sky without a cloud, a ribbon of highway climbing up into the mountain range through foothills of wild flowers, Wild Erica, much like heather colouring the hillside and rock varying in colour from grey to ochre, to red and muted brown. Deep valleys with rivers carving a path, steep cliffs then down to the valley and onto the flatlands where one is surrounded by majestic mountains on all sides. Crossing ...
... what!! The government and the drivers struck a deal and the bus strike is OVER!! So we immediately went into full excitement mode that we might just get on those mobile units afterall. So tonight we left the house at 5:30. Mobile units go out to the townships from 6:30 pm until near midnight. Our group split into two groups to go out to two separate townships. I went with Megan, Tim and Kory to Joe Slovo. It was absolutely incredible! We saw over 25 patients ...
... we are happy with everything. We gush about Sensei and are pleased that he’s taken the time and courtesy to speak with us. See why we love Franschhoek? These sorts of things happen here! It’s a wonderful part of the world.
Later on in our meal, the same thing happens again, but this time it’s his wife and she wants to show us her driftwood Christmas tree that she’s managed to finally get lights put on. We leave ...