Logis Le Reverbere
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... t feel that comfortable around women anyway, so struggles in social situations. Does a lot of dreaming in a Walter Mitty type of way. He could achieve his dreams, but is not prepared to change his life in order to get there, which then goes back to it being someone else’s fault that he can’t have what he wants! As they seem incapable of looking after themselves, their health often suffers and they seem to develop a need to clear their throat all the ...
Happy new year to all and apologies for no recent blogs. 2014 and the beginning of this year was a bit of a blur for me as, after returning from a quick trip back to family in the UK, I brought back a nasty infection which has poleaxed me. Managed to cope with a houseful for 2 weeks drugged up to the eyeballs and thanks to repeat guest's patience and kindness. Think I will be investing in a flu jab next winter! I have heard of so many other people both here in France as well ...
... author and journalist, Emil Zola of “J’Accuse!” fame, wrote of Lourdes over a century ago. He said, “when little Bernadette came with her strange story of what she had witnessed, everybody was against her. The Prefect of the Department, the Bishop, the clergy, objected to her story. But Lourdes grew up in spite of all opposition, just as the Christian religion did, because suffering humanity in its despair must cling to something, must ...
... a quick brush up, we were to gather in the large dining room in front of the fire for yet more food and a masterclass in Armagnac from Amanda.
So, Armagnac. What did we learn. The region contains about 15,000 Ha of vines (down from around 100,000Ha before Phylloxera) of which around 4,200 Ha is used for Armagnac and is spilt into three separate appellations - Bas-Armagnac, Armagnac-Ténarèze and Haut-Armagnac. 60% of production comes from Bas-Armagnac ...
And so the show begins. The coach pulls into the small village of Lannepax and enters the yard where Armagnac Delord have their Distillery.
In 1893, Prosper Delord used to take a mobile alambic from farm to farm transforming the local wine into Armagnac. In 1932, his sons Gaston and George decided to start their "house" Delord Fereres (silent s!). Gaston did sales, George did the distillation and blending. This brotherly division of labor was continued into the ...