Les Rives De La Seugne

Jonzac, Jonzac, Poitou-Charentes, 17500, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jonzac

The Lewis home

A travel blog entry by wmdbanks on Jul 18, 2014

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What can I say about the last week..... Aaaahhhhhhhhhhhhh.... Rest, wine, amazing food, sun, rest, wine, amazing food, sun :) We arrived on Friday, but our house was only free from Saturday so we we stayed the night with friends of the Lewis's, Liz and Mike. The became our Bezzies for the next week. What was supposed to be an early night after a long ...

A Day in Margaux, France

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Jul 15, 2014

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... in late September. They still use the oak barrels here for fermentation, when most of the other wineries use the stainless steel tanks. It is fun to see the old traditions retained.
We walked around the property, as well, enjoying the canopy of 150 year old plane trees above the path between the cellar room and the chateau. Of course, no visit to one of the best wineries in the world would be complete without a tasting, so we enjoyed some great wine, even ...

The Kiwi's Share

A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Jun 20, 2014

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... their own cognac, plus make wine and a drink called pinneau (both red and white versions) which is an interesting aperitif. The lady there spoke no English, so it was a bit of a challenge having a tasting, but it was great fun and she was very patient, so we got there in the end. I have really enjoyed testing out my French speaking skills - and my memory! Leicester noticed the farmer had some similar farming machinery as he ...

Mortagne sur Gironde

A travel blog entry by susannz on Jun 16, 2014

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... English, but she was lovely, speaking and playing with little Mia, to which Mia responded with glee and was incredibly cute. Thursday Another lazy breakfast followed by a trip into Royan, wanting to visit the market that is on most days of the week. Royan is the main port town, so very busy and very much geared to the tourist trade. With it's sweeping beachfront and many, many shops I am glad we are not here in high season. It is definitely upmarket, and I can imagine ...

Overnight stop at Blaye

A travel blog entry by yurgo56 on May 25, 2014

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... items. Operated by a Frenchwoman and a South African bloke. I was hoping for a nice seafood meal to spoil Relle, but we couldn't understand the menu so settled for red meat and a nice bottle of local rouge! It is a sleepy place but has a ferry that runs across to the Medoc Peninsular vineyards. This is the main reason for my detour as I want to see the famous wineries here; Rothschilds, Marquax, etc! The Rothschild's wineries make some of ...