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Travel Blogs from Bergeres-les-Vertus
... but at least it's clean and neat and they are obviously trying to make it a nice place to live and visit. We enjoyed it. The city square was a 'beach' during our stopover. The weather was not all that beachy but in the latter part of the afternoon it warmed up and hoards of kids enjoyed 'fishing', swimming and playing on the substantial amount of sand very cleverly placed. A great atmosphere. A good day, tomorrow we are back on the ...
... guy from the market screaming out "oui, oui, oui" every minute or so. He was doing it to get customers but he didn't realize he was actually scaring them away. We then stopped at the Tourist Information and found we could visit a champagne house for a tour. We walked up the Ave de Champagne where all the major champagne labels have cellars. It was really impressive. We chose Moët et Chandon. The tour took us down underground to the cellar. ...
... We looked at the town, saw the Moet et Chandon vines planted overlooking the valley then tried champagne at a couple of small wineries - at a cost at on which is pretty common here. We headed back towards Saint Thierry and took the 'Champagne Trail' roads for a look around the area.
Once back at our place, we booked a taxi to take us to a restaurant that was recommended... I could have the night off driving & have ...
Picked up hire car in middle of Paris, very daunting with all the traffic. Des was the driver and did fabulous job Heading for Reims, the champagne area of France . Lovely town centre with lots of cafés. Headed to epernay to do champagne caves tour with Moët and Chandon. Oh **** we have a flat tyre. Spent next hour trying to get help from ...
... He spent long hours working on the chemistry of champagne, and when he finally stumbled upon the right concoction, he was rumored to have said, "Brothers...brothers...I am drinking the stars!"
Moët and Chandon uses three types of grapes in their champagne: Pinot noir, Pinot Muniere, and C******nay. Their grapes come primarily from the grandest, most highly rated vineyards in the Champagne region. I learned that their regular, or imperial wines, are usually made from three or ...
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