HOTEL CHATEAU DE LA BERCHERE

Address: Berchere, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Burgundy, 21700, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Berchere, Nuits-Saint-Georges, is near Wine and Voyages and Domaine Georges Roumier.
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      Travel Blogs from Nuits-Saint-Georges

      A Mary Day Grand Finale

      A travel blog entry by ukcat on Oct 23, 2014

      1 comment, 50 photos

      ... wet season. Regardless, the countryside sure is worth a drive through.

      Chateauneuf is a small village sitting on top of a hill, standing about 1500’ above the Canal de Bourgogne and River Ouche valley floor. On a clear day, the view would be breathtaking. With a foggy day, it’s just good. The small walled village is dominated by the Chateau ...

      Ricky Bobby does the "Canal Two Step"

      A travel blog entry by ukcat on Oct 22, 2014

      3 comments, 47 photos

      ... unusually high, with water coming over the lock gates. Not a problem, except when the water is high, the bridges suddenly seem real low. Our last bridge before docking was a low one. Moving slowly through with a lot of doubting onlookers, the barge made it under the bridge without impact. There might have been a couple of inches of clearance. Not much ...

      So "sous" me

      A travel blog entry by ukcat on Oct 21, 2014

      6 comments, 24 photos

      ... desire for a longer career as a matelot. Although I grew up in a family plumbing business that provided ample experience in cleaning clogged, aromatic pipes, I felt others should learn this trade. This was one Caprice experience I was going to leave to the staff.

      All of the Caprice guests, except for myself, walked into Dijon's old ...

      Day 5 - Burgundy Wines

      A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Sep 18, 2014

      25 photos

      ... tasted remarkably different than a wine made from the grapes of the field next door. Monsieur LeClerc explained that as the slopes change from one field to the next, the ability for grape vines to retain water changes as well, giving grapes grown on a steep hill a more concentrated flavour than grapes grown on a flat patch of land. Similarly, vines grown in poorer soil are forced to grow their roots further down into the ground, as deep as 6m, and the different soil layers ...

      Bourgogne Wine and Cheese..... and snails

      A travel blog entry by brisbird on Apr 26, 2014

      23 photos

      ... and the cork cover added by hand. We are also shown briefly through a museum of old farming equipment but most of this was hard to see as the overhead lights were not working. I had to turn on my phone flashlight to see things! We also passed a stuffed animal that looked like a raccoon and asked Damien what it was. He said it was similar but had a bad smell - they had a cartoon character. Ah, I said, pepe-le-pew. We then went back upstairs and sat down and tasted ...