Chateau de Chailly
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- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
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What a great relaxing stay in a fantastic chateau.
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... nay..all to do with the structure of the soils..layers of limestone of various particle sizes.some vines have roots 25 metres long reaching water.all the geology determines the quality of the wine in an area. Pommard has 20 hectares in one plot..most unusual..only gives village quality ( lowest)wine from which blends are made in oak casks discarded after 2 years..owned by a silicon valley millionaire these days. Beautiful garden on other ...
... for 32 euro.only 8 in the group and a good guide with good explanations of the criteria for Grand Cru etc. Took us around a smelling experience of flowers,fruit,herbs,smoke and spices and a touching experience of silk,velvet, fur and leather to demonstrate mouth feel of wine.Good analogy. Not cheap wines but pinot and c******nay used in this area.I am sure some fraud occurs with substitution of cheaper grapes if they could get away with ...
... market with the most beautiful produce, breads, meat, fish and cheeses. We savored the aromas and looked over everything. The fish were beautiful. The market was right in front of the city hall and St. Peters church. We went into a little patisserie that had homemade jams and we bought a jar of strawberry jam. We then continued walking through the streets and Linda spotted a women's clothing store that looked promising. ...
... wines before heading home. We were still so full from lunch that we ate some of that lovely cheese and a baguette for dinner. Oh, I forgot to say that when the waitress in the cafe learned we were from NZ she brought over a framed picture of "dog" from footrot flats. It was signed by Murray Ball who had eaten at the cafe and doodled on the tablecloth! She had framed it and later found from other NZers that he was quite famous in ...
... wooden ceiling, and was used to care for the indigent. Currently the upkeep and operation of this living museum is funded by a major wine auction!
That day we had interesting experiences with French toilettes. At the restaurant I found the Toilette sign and entered the open door, only to discover that straight ahead, behind a partial swinging door, was a man using a urinal. I backed out quickly thinking there must be another WC ...