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... French in this region have a long life expectancy. That is because of the red wine they drink.
The Minstral (the wind) is good for the grapes-it dries them.
The French play a game called boulle.
The sycamore tree is called plein.
The French prefer dark chocolate. Dulce was first made by accident. White chocolate was left in the pot too long and it caramelized.
... height: normal; white-space: pre-wrap;">What better way to start a lovely sunny Sunday than with Champagne!! Reims is home to many of the major producers, and we decided to visit the Tattinger cellars for a tour. Some of their cellars were built by the Romans and you could still see the tooling marks, as well as some ancient graffiti.
Then started the long drive south, past Dijon and Lyon to Valence. About ...
... running records at the University of Vermont and was a coach there for years! (obviously I was very intrigued and slightly obsessed with her! Such a nice lady!)
I also was treated to a Massage to work out the awful awful knots in my back and shoulders from all the manual labor this summer! The girl did the best she could but definitely recommended I continue to get massages when I get home since my back felt ...
... the other side of the road to pass them. Anyway, all that aside, it was an extremely picturesque journey. We went over a massive bridge and, as we were so high up, the views into the valleys were outstanding. At the town itself, it seems that they have decided that inviting in tourists is a good idea. We met with some councillors who told us a little about the town (through an interpreter). There are 11 town councillors for a population of about 300 people - now that's ...
... Syrah. The grapes from the Hermitage hill are vinified separately, right up until the final blending, which takes place one year after the harvest. This is the same for both “La Chapelle” and “La Petite Chapelle”. 3-4 years on oak, 20% new.
Starting to show falling intensity with a medium hue and a colour change at the rim. Bold black fruit with little spice. Rich, luscious, big fruits and firm tannins.