Campanile Dijon Sud-Marsannay
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... I bought a bottle of red wine. I don't usually drink wine but I am making an exception. Last night I got a dirty look from the waiter when I said I didn't want wine. I think the French (and the Italians) get insulted if you don't drink their wine.
We spent a short amount of time walking around the small town. The square had a cute carousel. I went into a candy Store (no surprise) and bought some nougat and a ...
So my first day in France, it was a beautiful
morning.The fresh squeezed orange juice, and the baguette was heavenly
that morning. The mustard factory was more impressive then I had
imagined. Very innovative. I very much liked how they respect the
grinding process of the mustard, and continue to use the grind stones.
The coolest part was making our own mustard. My mustard turned out to be
more like a vinaigrette, but still delicious. ...
... French culture and norms from a college students perspective. We would then visit the Winery Les Caves Patriarches where we got to walk through the wine cellars and got to try a variety of both red and white wines. After we headed back to Lyon where we had the night free and everyone got to try various restaurants to try the French cuisine.
... it interesting. Another Notre Dame church. This one is in a completely different style than the Notre Dame’s in Paris and Dijon. An interesting little city that one could spend much more time than the 2 hours we had.
We bus back to the canal and join the Caprice. It is cool but a great day for walking and biking. The locks are at close ...
... to create one barrel and Francois Freres turns out about 172 barrels per day. The process is absolutely amazing. We were shocked to learn that 80% of the French oak logs become waste, basically resold for firewood. The opposite is true for barrels made from American oak where only 20% of those logs become waste material.
Once the rough staves are cut from logs, ...