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... meal I have ever had. Well, at least it is up in the top five. Three courses - at lunch - with wine. Specialty in the region is duck and Alan approved heartily. I loved the olives, the charcuterie, the pasta and the crème brulee. I will let the pictures speak for themselves. We are still stuffed hours later as I write this.
Painting class tomorrow. Yippee. Plans to spend my birthday in Sarlat -le-Caneda on Friday and Saturday. Maybe I am dreaming...
... were introduced to the 91 year old descendant of that purchaser, who still made wine and did the books for the winery. The property was even accosted by the Germans during the Second World War, forcing the family to live in two of the rooms, while they used the rest of the monastery for a command centre. After they left , all the cellars were empty. Even the wine dating back to the 1500's had been stolen. The earliest vintage ...
... the were worth 25 thousand euro. The man let me hold it, and I held it super tight with two hands, just in case I dropped it. The 91 year old women's dad used to hide the Jews down there when hitler wanted them. He used to transfer then by putting then on the back of the tractor in wine barrels. The the Germans thought it was wine, but it was the ...
... oldest vineyards in the town of saint emilion. We are staying very close to town, in a beautiful bed and breakfast and we are surrounded by stone buildings and grape vines for as far as the eye can see. We wandered through saint emilion which is unbelievably romantic, and then nearly tumbled down the steepest slickest cobblestone street ...
... was to become Saint-Émilion as early as the 2nd century. The town was named after the monk Émilion, a travelling confessor, who settled in a hermitage carved into the rock there in the 8th century. It was the monks who followed him that started up the commercial wine production in the area."
The village is beautifully maintained and kept sparklingly clean....we passed a young man
nearly each morning who was employed to pick ...