Franschhoek Country House & Villas
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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.
... They were successful wine farmers and lived at Boschendal until 1879. They constructed the existing buildings (the wine cellar, the coach house or the homestead as it stands now). The Manor House has 6 main parts: dining room, foyer, drawing room, main bedroom, second bedroom and kitchen.
- Thelema Mountain, Tokara, Rustenberg. We also wanted to see these three vineyards but all of them were already closed (on Saturdays they close around 15.00). ...
... in the bush, he is a man, and everyone has a big celebration. He had not been checked for HIV in three years, so I did my first HIV test! It made it more exciting that I got to tell him he was negative for HIV. He had a good day, no STI or HIV. Oh yeah, by the way, the student did not wear gloves at all the whole time!! We were looking at staph infections and testing for HIV and she was not wearing gloves! Unbelievable! All in all, it was another good ...
... dying and colorful leaves littered the narrow highway. Our first stop was a winery called Delheim that came recommended by our girl in reception (this time we did take advice from a stranger). In a cellar bar on the premises you can choose six different varieties of wine to sample for 25 rand (about $4). So we set ourselves up at a long wooden table and chose from an impressive list of options. We were even able to chat up the employee ...
... it our student accounts will be closed tomorrow (Wednesday) so that means NO MORE BLOG UPDATES, for now at least. (I will post at least once more from home) On Wednesday I’m going to a soccer game in Cape Town, and then Thursday and Friday will probably be spent packing and cleaning and running last minute errands. Friday evening we head to the airport, and then to London from there, and then Boston, where my parents will pick me up. I think I’ll be arriving ...