Domaine du Breuil
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... to take a tour of this factory, however you can
only make reservations through the tourist office and the tourist office was
closed for renovations. Apparently Dana and I chose the wrong weekend to go
exploring in Cognac.
Putting the disappointment aside, Cognac had a very
interesting downtown area. Again, this was a place where only pedestrians could
walk. It was cobble stones and there were some very cute, typical French buildings
Today we visited an abbey, and a very interesting Cathedral. There was another building or maybe an enclosed area (it was hard to tell) that was attached to the back of the Cathedral that we could see from the outside, but unfortunately we could only visit the sanctuary. I’m always curious what the rest of these churches and buildings look like, but of course we have to stick to the sanctuary. In this Cathedral ...
Just a short drive up to a small village where there was a perfect little aire. We took Smartie out to shop and look round the area and see the changes in the landscape. We went from vines to forests to orchards and back to vines. We are close ...
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 ...
... aged for a minimum of two years for the VS qualification, four years for the VSOP, and the youngest brandy added to the XO must be at least six years, although XO's are commonly aged for 20 years. Napoleon brandy is also a minimum of six years, but marketed between the VSOP and XO. Some cognacs, of course, are much older, as much as 150 years! Hhhmmm, all I really want to do is sip some of ...