Mercure Valence Sud
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Another glorious day of blue skies and 21 degrees. We are docked at Viviers, which our Cruise Director said was uninteresting and unsexy but raved about Grignan where we set off to this morning. The only claim to fame that Grignan appears to have is Madame de Sevigne (1626 - 1696), who is apparently as important an icon to French literature and the French language as Shakespeare is to English. She was a French aristocrat remembered for her ...
We started our tour at a wine tasting.
In Tain we went to the world famous Valrhona. Here you can taste dozens of different (handmade) chocolates. A small bag of chocolates can cost between E9-13. 9 Next to The School of Chocolate and the store is Da Citi D’ Chocolates. Here amateurs can learn about chocolate.
We went to the home of Pierre Palue’s (a member of the Gallery of ...
... and emerald-green wooded hillsides.
This morning you'll arrive in Viviers—the gateway to Provence—where you’ll enjoy a closer look at this charming town on an included walking tour. Then you'll have free time to explore on your own.
... over 6 hours and more than 50 euro in tolls!
Corri laughed when I packed a small tool kit, but for some reason our rear bumper managed to lose some retaining pins and started to flap - duck tape to the rescue!
Had forgotten that France really does shut down on Sundays, so struggled to find an open restaurant, supermarket or petrol station - but finally we're refuelled and ready to hit the South Coast ...
... 2. Crozes Hermitage – “Mule Blance” 2011 – 13%
A seven hectare field blend of 50% Marsanne, 50% Roussanne. Similar use of oak to the St Perey.
Pale, clear and bright. Waxy, slightly floral, some white peach on the nose. Rich, honeyed, fuller and creamy. Even some nuttiness.
3. Condrieu – “Domaine des Grands Amandiers” 2011 – 14.5%
The wine of the large ...