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... than the grape variety as wine from the same grape variety can vary so much from region to region. The vineyards in Burgundy have been here since the Roman times and by the 12th century it was further developed by the Benedictine Monks as they were the land owners at that time. They also invented Chablis by planting white C******nay. Today in Burgundy there are 103 appellations and are mostly small family held vineyard estates. The region is ...
... specialising in the food industry. We saw the very small but lovely public garden which was the site of a military camp, but when the military departed over 100 years ago, they created something nice for people. While excavating for a pond they found an old Roman road so made it a feature of the gardens. Many Roman ruins and relics are discovered when old buildings are torn down, including parts of the old 7 km long Roman city ...
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Provance is where Cezanne lived as a young boy. He was friends with Emile Zola growing up. They retained their friendship, sending each other many letters. Cezanne wrote to him that he spent nine hours a day painting and he thought that was enough. He had to go to Law school first to please his father. Eventually, in 1861 his father allowed him to go Paris and even gave him a small allowance. In 1895 he had ...
Fabulous evening in Avignon and staying right on the square was a wonderful experience. Local revellers where few after the tourists left (we are not tourists, we are deeper than that, and we run). Ran around the walls of the city; Sonja reckons 4 km, I say 3. Stopped on the Rhone to exercise near the Port into the city, then grabbed chocolate & ...
... height: normal; white-space: pre-wrap;">What better way to start a lovely sunny Sunday than with Champagne!! Reims is home to many of the major producers, and we decided to visit the Tattinger cellars for a tour. Some of their cellars were built by the Romans and you could still see the tooling marks, as well as some ancient graffiti.
Then started the long drive south, past Dijon and Lyon to Valence. About ...