Hostellerie Saint Vincent
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... took in a great digestif after dinner called Marc de Beaune, a spirit distilled from local wines.
All said it was a great dinner and even after the conversion it would have cost us less than a dinner at the Keg back home and the food was sooooo much better.
Our last dinner in France was great and I'm sure that all that food will help is sleep well ...
... to the Musée du Vin, which was one of the only places that was open! We learned all about the history and tradition of wine-making in the Bourgogne region. Not the best museum we have been to this trip, but it was still interesting to learn about how wine making has developed here.
After the wine museum, we decided that we were thirsty for some wine. We didn't have much to choose from, but we did find ...
... 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 ...
... we have driven past several times, Chateau du Clos de Vougeot. Once again it was the Cistercian monks who cultivated the surrounding vineyards and produced some Grands Crus. There was no tasting or selling of wine here but we did learn more about the history of the wine in Burgundy. The Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin use this facility. This brotherhood of Burgundy enthusiasts promotes the local ...
... solo by a young child and a song by an even younger child which unfortunately could barely be heard at all. Then the honor guard did one or two more honor guard-ish things with the flags, and all the vehicles started their engines, the band got in front of everyone and off they all went down the road along the river to the other side of town (which is perhaps 1/4 of a mile away). There they all stopped and sorted of milled about. ...