Travel Blogs from Etoges
... br> grapes, a mountain called the Vache de Clermont showing sometimes
through low clouds, lack of campfire because all wood was wet, and a
third of the Prussian force dead, many through disease.
... probably about 15 years (they didn't recognise us!). But we now have a few bottle of Esterlin Blanc de Blanc to compare to the Taittinger, and the Prosecco we're also carrying.
A further 3 hours or so on the road, and we were queuing for a delayed ferry back to ...
... 10 euros a night. True, the train tracks ran along the side of the river across the way and the trains got a bit load from time to time, but still.... We had dinner in town that night at a restaurant with really bad decor and really good food - and found a champagne we really really liked.
The next day we climbed on our bikes and in the heat - it got well into the 80's by afternoon - we rode off to try to find this champagne house. Not that far ...
The sun was shining, the car purring along the Autobahns … and I was trying to hatch a plan to factor in some shopping opportunities!
After a delightful couple of nights at the Aires in Bad Walsee, which provided a great opportunity for a long, long spa, an afternoon libation or two accompanied by some fantastic Oom-pa music, I twisted Ramo's driving arm to stop off at Metzingen and Wertheim, both Outlet Villages. The plans went awry as I have travelled ...
... beautiful buildings on the way.
The entrance to Pommery welcomed us through grand gates, leading to the estate house and caves, where we were luckily enough to be the only tourist booked for the tour, so were able to have a private showing. The 18km of cellars at Pommery are dug 30m underground to maintain a year-round temperature of 10 – 13 degrees celcius and are the largest by far with a history reaching back to the ...
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