Hostellerie Saint Vincent

Address: 23 Rue du General de Gaulle, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Burgundy, 21700, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 23 Rue du General de Gaulle, Nuits-Saint-Georges, is near Wine and Voyages and Domaine Georges Roumier.
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    Travel Blogs from Nuits-Saint-Georges

    To Chalon-sur-Soane; Kathleen 1 Sat Nav 0

    A travel blog entry by thereays on Sep 11, 2015

    1 photo

    ... map rustling complaints.

    Then, to cap it all, just short of Chalon-sur-Soane, on the sat-nav route, there were major road works, the road was closed and a diversion in place.

    In true French style, there was only one "deviation" sign, ie the one directing you off the ...

    Beautiful villages

    A travel blog entry by daleandgwen on Sep 10, 2015

    13 photos

    ... nay..all to do with the structure of the soils..layers of limestone of various particle sizes.some vines have roots 25 metres long reaching water.all the geology determines the quality of the wine in an area. Pommard has 20 hectares in one plot..most unusual..only gives village quality ( lowest)wine from which blends are made in oak casks discarded after 2 years..owned by a silicon valley millionaire these days. Beautiful garden on other ...

    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 ...

    The History & Tradition of the Wine in Burgundy #1

    A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Jun 30, 2014

    2 comments, 70 photos

    ... me de Cassis to acidic white wine (Aligoté) is how it is typically served. Otherwise I’m sure it would be perfect straight over ice cream or even better in champagne (Kir Royale)! While wines are described as fruity, leathery, etc., we found these liqueurs reminded us of Christmas. Oh Joy!

    Next, Chapter 2 of our Adventures in Burgundy .....


    Day in Dijon and more adventures!

    A travel blog entry by zoe.belyavsky on Jan 28, 2014

    39 photos

    ... a random huge white tree trunk rotating in the road in the US. I love how weird the French are, with their owls and polar bears and fake trees! Anyway the most striking thing about Dijon for me was some of the architecture of the buildings. While all the buildings in Lyon are super tall and have decorated iron fences around the windows, Dijon buildings are much shorter, and are all different heights and colors and are even sloping in bizarre positions. It looks ...