Val d'Or Guest House
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3. Cap Classique Brut C******nay NV
100% C******nay. 15% base wine has been barrel fermented and a minimum of 45 months on the lees before dégorgement.
Another vibrant mousse. Intense ripe apple nose. High acidity and great length.
4. Cap Classique Brut Rose
75% Pinot Noir, 25% C******nay. 15% of the blend is reserve wine and 15% barrel fermented. 24 months on lees before dégorgement.
What a great day, walked around the Cape Town Waterfront markets, had a fantastic lunch at the Tri-Bakery cafe and then went on a catamaran for tour of the Waterfront for 1.5 hours. We didn't see ay whales, but we got to see seals, dolphins, large tanker ships leaving port, great view of Table Mountain & Robben Island. Closed the day off having having a Braai at the B&B we are staying. Tomorrow we leave Cape Town flying back to Durban to spend Xmas & New Year with ...
... recommended by Kate and it is indeed lovely with great food. However, again due to the rain and cloud, we unfortunately were not able to see the wonderful view - but we knew it was there. :) Jim was given a personal, private tour of their wine making facilities, and got to taste what will be released as their Verdict 2015 vintage. The wineries, breweries and all the tastings were wonderful. We certainly are not lacking ...
... will take our extensive and lengthy education any time. I started out the night in the pediatric part. The examination table was two desks pushed together in a class room with two med students diagnosing. The one was a sixth year student and the other was a second year student. Both seemed to be at the same educational level. After spending 50 minutes with the first patient (a 13 year old girl), asking very basic questions from a sheet, the 6th year med ...
... arched stone cave full of barrels, cobwebs hanging thick around us. It’s a trip back in time and we walk and gawk like little children in a candy store. We don’t actually buy anything as we plan to return tomorrow to try the other tasting, the non-reserve tasting and will buy something then.
Off to find our campsite we go. It’s called Otter’s Bend and it’s adorable! It’s basically a pear orchard and ...