Le Relais Champenois
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... Tower, which was never really used as defense but was built mostly to emphasize the power of the Counts of Champagne over Provins. Jerks. The streets were nearly empty of people, although there was a surprising amount of traffic. Still, the moon was out, and we enjoyed the walk.
We had dinner at an Indian restaurant – the first time I've had Thanksgiving dinner at an Indian restaurant in a French medieval market town. Nummers.
Then back to the hotel to ...
... big. Once we finally worked out where we were we chose to not take the motorway option and headed towards Dijon through what we thought looked like a nice scenic route through a mountain range. Oli managed to look up from his ipad at a timely moment, and yells out SNOW. There was a spec of white but not much else, but then a minute later I see a little pub and some snow in the car park - Stop the car. It wasn't much but it was the first time ...
... Chateau d'Etoges. A delightful building surrounded by extensive lawns, gardens, fountains and a moat (currently having problems retaining water). The current owners still live in one section. The Orangerie houses the restaurant, spa and more accommodation. Our room was in the Chateau and overlooked the moat and back expanse of lawn and fountain.
21st July Epernay Set off at 10am for what was going to be a long trip but the appointment at Pol Roger was 2pm so we had enough time-- so I thought. After getting lost on the freeway (how does that happen, you wonder?) we arrived hot and bothered but were greeted by our hosts at Parva Domus, a superb little B&B just across the road from PR. We met our guide on time, along with about ten other Australians and were shown through this very sophisticated and, ...
... pinot meunier. Now if I could find someone who has just those kind of grapes in their champagne.
After lunch, while we were chilling out in the shade. One of our new tour friends bought a bottle of champagne to share. One from Cuvee #736, Grand Vin de Champagne Jacquesson. It was an extra brut too, generally too dry for me, but man! Today, amazing! I ...