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Those Beaune Wines are Bon!

The Beaune region of France in the Cote d’Or in the northern part of Burgundy is known mainly for its white wine, Chardonnay. That’s because eight of the Grand Cru of Burgundy are in Beaune, and they are almost all, with the exception of Corton, known for their Chardonnay. 235 more words


In Vitra... then Bored to the Beaune

I am finally getting back to the blog! It’s been way too long, but better late than never… this piece covers our route from Munich to Bourgogne… 945 more words

Family Travel

Into the closet: folio 4

A few weeks ago, we updated our ‘loo view’, replacing images from our visit to Spain in 2011 with a selection of photos from the three days we spent in Burgundy in May 2014. 214 more words


Spotlight on Beaune 1er cru Les Reversées (red or white)?

Most Burgundian vineyards are planted exclusively to Pinot noir or Chardonnay.  This makes sense because the soil characteristics that are optimal for red wine production are different than for white.     230 more words


DISCOVER CHALLENGE17_0106_Superpower


The closest talent I have which may be spoken of…

as a superpower…

is take photos of mundane objects in nature

and turn them into half decent images. 30 more words


Travel: The Two Doctors "Best winemaker awards 2016"

A few of our followers are wine enthusiasts so it seems appropriate to write a review of our best wine experiences of 2016.
This year we have visited Spain three times, Italy once, Prague and Hungary once, and France twice, all great European wine countries with just about every type of grape on the planet turned into wine but with an amazing array of taste and quality due to the terroir as well as the grape variety. 892 more words