Les Pres d'Eugenie
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... with seven years of stock then looked more like a branch of Ikea!
And so on to another tasting of wine followed by Armagnac in a splendidly modern tasting room (with a square loo - I know, a little odd and I felt too embarrassed to take a photo - this was not in the tasting room it was like a normal loo in it's own room).
1. Classic 2014
Ugni blanc (45%), Colombage (35%), Sauvignon (10%) and Gros Manseng (10%).
... Blanc and Baco. Very chocolate on the nose, rich and full on the palate with good length. 2. Baron de Sigognac - 20 ans d'Âge 40% from Ugni Blanc and Baco. Woody nose with sweet spice and prunes which followed through on the palate. 3. Baron de Sigognac 1974 Spirit dominant with big peppery notes on the nose. Smooth caramel and spice on the palate finishing with an almond note. No rest for the wicked, we had to head off to our next destination - this was a full on ...
... de Gaulle and Orly airports. I almost got on the wrong one. Thank goodness I verified the destination before paying for my ticket. I was shocked by the price once I actually did find the right bus. It was 18 euros one way, just to get to the other airport, and it took and hour and 15 minutes to get there! To top it all off, there were several shrieking kids on the bus, whose parents seemed to be blissfully shirking their parenting duties. ...
This morning we awoke to another dark morning and after what has been voted the WORST French breakfast..we set off on our walk for the day ...... 20 km.. We did experience a wonderful sunrise and today the weather was threatening rain most of the day which made it very humid however in all very very pleasant... Again and again I know I keep saying, but the countryside is simply breathtaking...now we have the perfect back drop of the Pyrenees In front ...
Just as a reminder... This was the gite communal that was being run by the two elderly French men as volunteers for the week... We stayed there with Martin the German man from near Munich... We helped the elderly men with the cooking and reparation.. They were both really funny old characters..much teasing and laughter with the elderly men... I cooked the potatoes that they were going ...