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... It was in the centre of town or old town. Our last stop on the tour was at, what is now a primary. There are all these holes in the wall, which are actually bullet holes from one of the wars from many years ago. Apparently children used to be shot there, and now kids kick soccer balls against it. It was a very sobering thought as we stood there in this beautiful, just off the main track square. There was a wine bar across from us and alley ways diving off ...
... 8221; 2009 – 14.5%
A small plot over two hills on the top of the plateau. Low yielding 10-60 year old vines with low yields. 10 months in oak, 20% new.
Intense with no signs of age. Big powerful berry fruit nose with some blood and pepper. Very expressive, big fruit, cassis, pepper, liquorice, musky and tannic. Good balance.
7. Hermitage – “La Petite Chapelle” 2007 – 14%
... mouth rather than watering at the back of the tounge.
This wine is made in Foudre – large 600 litre barrels, where it spends six months.
Clear and vibrantly bright with peachy nose and some crème patisserie on the nose. Great acidity (err, I mean racy!), fresh, lively, steely minerality and clean.
2. Les Chaillées de l’Enfer 2011
Chaillées are the local name for the dry stone walls which form ...
... in February was amazing. Anyhoo. So, seeing as there were 13 of us together in the group, we were seperated into pairs and sent off to live with host families. Myself and my homegirl Sarah were sent off to spend a couple nights with the Ngongar family who lived about 5 minutes from the church. I've never really had a homestay experience but after this experience, the bar has really been set high! It was so wonderful to see such a great example of hospitality. One that, ...
... it had been a long day.
Olivier took us back to Crestet and we all began the process of wrapping up our stay in Provence. Otts and Karen had to leave at 5:00 AM the next morning, headed to Amsterdam, so we kept it a mellow night by just carrying out pizza from La Loupiote while we cleaned up and packed up our places. The four of us enjoyed our last evening of vacation together, ...