Hotel Le Pot d'Etain
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Madame Clicquot, nÃÂ©e Ponsardin, Widow Clicquot or Veuve Clicquot (16 December 1777 – 29 July 1866), known as the "Grand Dame of Champagne",
was a ...
... probably about 15 years (they didn't recognise us!). But we now have a few bottle of Esterlin Blanc de Blanc to compare to the Taittinger, and the Prosecco we're also carrying.
A further 3 hours or so on the road, and we were queuing for a delayed ferry back to ...
In the Champagne area, Ramo and I sought the fine product of independent wine makers! Difficult, as the shelves are still littered with the easily recognizable brands. But we finally found young Cyril, a sixth generation wine maker with a recent PHD on the subject …. and ready to describe and sell us his wares. A wonderful afternoon ... we used the WJB method of sourcing!
And now we are on to Scotland on Monday … hope the weather ...
... its many tributaries, Châlons is often referred to as 'Little Venice' and there has always been an artistic energy to the city. Approximately 46,000 people live here and are known colloquially as the Châlonnais.
... uninspiring. We left at 5pm when the grand ball was supposed to be starting but there was no sign of anything happening on stage, so we returned to Spring Tide to have showers etc and get ourselves ready to have drinks and evening out. After drinks, we all made our way back to the square to dine out for our evening meal at the restaurant we were at last night as the food ...