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... Rothschild was served. My immature pallet was not able to appreciate the quality – one needs years of experience to truly appreciate such wines – but I remember thinking as I sipped, that the glass of wine no doubt cost more than I made in a week, and probably more…. I’ve had occasion to taste some outstanding wines every so often since then, some excellent Bordeaux and Burgundies among others, and for those who can appreciate them, they ...
... castle: during the Renaissance period it was modified from a château fort as the French call a militarily fortified medieval-style castle, to a château de plaisance, a Renaissance style chateau built for pleasure and easy living. It was later damaged and its towers were lowered (to weaken it) under the French Revolution.
It fell into disrepair and by the early 1900s the roofs had collapsed leaving little ...
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... town just outside Bordeaux. Cousin Pete had also suggested we head out to take a look so we went down to the train station to sort some tickets the next morning. Trains were a total nightmare. Jason managed to get a guy with no English to show him how to get tickets on the very confusing ticket machine that only served some local trains (easily the most complicated one we’ve had), and then went to the platform to jump on our train with about 10 minutes to spare. ...
... t like to drink wine! Mike and Kyria tried a bit too. The wine they gave them to taste was out of tall narrow silver vats in the room.
We moved on soon after and we must have just got in before siesta time as they shut the doors as soon as we left. We went straight on to St Emilien from here.
St Emilien is a small town of old double story or more stone houses, narrow cobbled roads, very hilly where every other shop was selling wine. It was ...