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Like all good things, this mini-break had to come to an end and for us, the last blow out was a leisurely lunch at La Florida, a lovely restaurant which had passed from Father to son who had jazzed it up a little to make it a more modern place.
The interior is white and bright and after a little table rearranging we were all sat down for a feast.
Much fine food was had - I settled for lamb which ...
... with this smaller producer who blew us away with the quality of his Floc and showed great wines and Armagnac. If you were local, there was even vin de table available from hoses in the property to fill 5l containers (and a great €1.6!).
As we tried to leave for lunch, the bus decided that it's sliding door would not shut properly. Michel improvised a closure using a tension belt he had lying around and we were allowed to be on our ...
... that you never had spirits with oysters but I was glad to bust this myth!
Following the Oysters, Sue, who had come all the way from Budapest to join us, was kind enough to bring a couple of bottles of 6 Puttonyos Chateau Dereszla 2005 Tokai Aszú which was the perfect match for Foie Gras. So that was the second course!
By now we were on a roll so we ate the cheese course before the main course!
Then it was onto the tasting! Each of us had ...
Chateau du Busca-Maniban is situated impressively on top of a hill with incredible views across the area. History here goes back three centuries when, in 1610, Thomas Maniban started to build the Chateau. The chateau is now owned by Maison Castarède, a family with a long history in Armagnac trading. We were met by Floriane, who is the essence of the region and runs the estate. Floriane took us through the entrance of the Chateau to ...
... means Thrushes - when the first arrive with the autumn the late harvest begins.
Bright and golden. Cheesy nose, palate of pears with good acid balance.
6. Dernières Grives 2012
Petit Manseng. Vey late harvest just before the Thrushes get them! Produced in very small quantities.
Deep golden colour, very honeyed nose with a hint of vanilla.
And then followed by five Armagnacs (hic!)
1. Folle Blanche ...