Posts Tagged “wine”

Harvest in Provence des papes

Harvest in Provence des papes

September is harvesting time, when the whole countryside seems to suddenly fill up with tiny tractors transporting huge amounts of grappes and the air fills with aromas, it is a very special time to experience. We are lucky to live in a serious winemaking part of Provence: there is of course famous Chateau-Neuf-du-Pape nearby… Some…

Diner with l’Aromat

Diner with l’Aromat

Chef Sylvain Robert, from the restaurant L’Aromat and his head waiter Damien came to La Baye des Anges for a blissful evening! Starting with the aperitif by the pool We are given a master class in Champaign sabering, by Luc Trottier, the Bear Foot Bistro sommelier who is visiting us and nearby Chateau La Nerthe…

Chateau-la-Nerthe

Chateau-la-Nerthe

Chateau-la-Nerthe is a must, not only for the discerning oenophile, but also as a sight worth seeing. If the Chateau is XVIIIe century neoclassic, part of it’s cellars date back to medieval times.        

Carawine

Carawine

Or friends and neighbours from up the road, a family of hard working and party animal vintners, make excellent the excellent Cote du Rhone wine: Mas Pouperas. The “Carawine” is their latest and greatest idea: a caravan is set in one of their vineyards, and works as a food truck, every evening from mid July,…

Echanssonerie des Papes

Echanssonerie des Papes

Like Burgundi, Bordeaux, and many other appelations, Chateau-Neuf-du-Pape has it’s own intronisation ceremony. It usually takes place at the village’s chateau. During the chateau’s refurbishment, the ceremony was once hold at Chateau-la-Nerthe, in the ancient cellar, to everyone’s delight..  

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