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... was a bit disappointing.
There is also the most important bottle making factory in all
of Europe situated in Cognac. Which had a population of 20 000 people in 2008,
I’m going to take a guess and say that it’d be about 21 or 22000 people by now.
Anyways, that’s a pretty small town to have the most important bottle factory
in…by the way, this factory produces more than 2 million bottles a day. A DAY!
Wowzers. Dana and I ...
... Nutella and smartie, 3 chocolate, Maple syrup, etc. I had the Nutella and smartie one, AND these crepes were probably the cheapest ones we’ve ever seen.
There was also a park along the river, the river splits into 2 in Saintes and one part turns into a little lake and the other part must keep going to Cognac…another city in this region that we would like to visit one day.
Hope you enjoy my ...
... and in one town the musty smell of wine was overpowering. Interestingly too, the shops in this area -supermarkets etc, still shut at lunchtime. David had a wander around the town to size up the boulangeries in the town. Only three camping cars ...
My first day as a retired doctor! Oh, the relief! Drove north, through beautiful country at times. Country roads, however, are too slow, so we took to the motorways- more tolls!! Saw hundreds of fields of corn, for the cattle. Grapes took over near Bordeaux. We also saw ...
... and 'champagne', the name 'cognac' is an Appellation d'origine contrôlée, (AOC) and the brandy's production methods must meet certain legal requirements.
The vineyards of the two most common grapes used, Folle Blanche and Ugni Blanc (locally known as Saint-Emilion), blanket the hillsides surrounding the town of Cognac. These grapes are used to create a white wine, which is then ...