Les Jardins d'Oleron
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... natural park on the Montagne (mountain, but think hill) de Reims yesterday and not a leaf in sight. The grape vines are all quite naked, too. But the vineyards are full of trucks and cars and people and odd agricultural implements. Stan thinks they are spraying before the leaves come out. Certainly the pruning is all done, so I don’t know quite what else they’d be doing.
Yesterday we took advantage of the car to drive over to Epernay (less ...
... by having us smell essential oils and guess what they were. We then had the opportunity to 100% C******nay, 100% Pinot Meunier and 100% Pinot Noir Champagnes that came with an amazing food pairing. These are the only three grape varietals that you'll find in Champagne, but usually, you will find a blend, so tasting them individually was an interesting experience. In case you aren't counting, we're now 6 glasses in. This is only important ...
... a harsh change of fortune: after one more influential success in November 1792 at Jemappes,
he was by the following year a broken man. His army had suffered such
catastrophic losses that he defected to the royalist side ...
... 3 different varieties. We bought the “refreshing” one and the traditional one. Of course I liked the traditional one more, whereas Geoff liked the refreshing one. We purchased 3 bottles (We couldn’t take much more because we were travelling). It cost us 50 Euros for the 3 bottles. The Champagne she sold us was cheaper (even in Australian dollars) than wine we buy at any vineyard in Australia and the quality was far superior.
Afterwards, Truong took us ...
... her new block. We have red meat (Heather and REb have hamburgers, while Grace has Tartare) and a bottle of red wine. Are you surprised? Really? The best part of the meal is the crazy French guy at the next table. He tries to engage us all in conversation. It's clear he's a regular because the wait staff try to chase him away from us. So an hour or two later we head to the train station.
After a quick 50 min train ride - ...