Une Autre Maison
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... 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.
... Not only that, but the stones absorb heat during the day and reflect it back at night so the ripening process continues under the stars
Each vine was only about three feet tall, kept intentionally dwarf-like to avoid being destroyed by the Mistral winds that can sweep down from the north at any time of year and blow a crop to pieces in a matter of hours. In spite of this height precaution, 50% of ...
... We left Nyons and rode to Grignan, blow me down with a feather, more shops. This time I sat on a wishing well with a cold can of Coke and let Tina loose with my wallet. This might have been a bit of a mistake as it came back with less than one euro inside.
The road from Grignan to Crest was again, out of this world.
After a quick stop at the Intermarche for some evening food we got back to the tent at 7pm.
I then started to ...
... Hey it's 10pm and the church bells are ringing. Such is village life.)
Had a lovely chat to Jack as we walked back. So glad we did this walk today as it was sunny and warm. Rain forecast for next few days.
After dinner we all went for another walk to our village to see the bits we didn't see this morning.
Whilst it's fun to be in an historical environment that is older than anything in Australia I am not sure if the village life is for me.
... Esteve D'Uchaux, where we toured their facilities and then tasted some of their wines. They are very famous for their voigner.
The next stop was a wine co-op in Cayran that produces 3 million bottles a year. At this winery, there was a 5 senses tour as well. And finally we went to a very small organic winery, Clos de Caveau in Vacqueryras which produces 40,000 bottles a year. Robert Parker, who is a very famous wine critic, has very good things to say about this last winery ...