Domaine Comtesse Michel de Loisy
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Not a pleasant journey.
The Sat-Nav plotted a route via excellent free motorway and (mostly) dual carriageway.
Kathleen plotted a route which was approximately 30 miles shorter.
Kathleen's route was the middle one, in grey on the map on the left.
... white vans and work an area with a large cart picking up the grapes. In the winery there are conveyers lifting the grapes on stepped belts up into the crusher..smell amazing! Came to hotel for a rest and then went to dinner at a local restaurant 100 m away after a drink in the garden. Excellent food.lamb with chickpeas and fruits, monkfish wrapped in bacon with parmesan biscuit,squid ink spaghetti. Hot Grand marnier souffle with orange sorbet ...
... was a bit delayed therefore our wait at the train station wasn't long. We were then boarding the train ready to head to Dijon which is a 2 hour trip. By the time we got off the train it was about10ish. We found Joseph and Don as they were going to pick us up and then we drove back to the place we were staying 'the barn' that took about 40mins. We all had dinner together at home and then settled down and in for the ...
... with green beans in dijonaise, beef bourginon, ouefs en moullette (poached eggs and onions in a wine roux), a cheese course, and some cassis sorbet--as well as 8 different kinds of wine. All for a third of the price that we would have paid for a meal of comparable size in Paris. Vive Le France. As we finished our espresso, the storm in the distance that we had been watching over dinner had now made its way to us, and we capped our day in Burgundy with a fun, rain-soaked walk back to our ...
... we are on the road again. Our destination this time is Dijon. We have had the discussion that their are no mustard flowers produced in Dijon and need to be imported from Canada.
Snails are also common to this area, it is believed it came to be because of the poverty in the early times.
Frogs legs are not as common any longer as frogs are protected species now days, although they do have frog farms for the restaurant business.
We have ...