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Here’s some video footage of our trip to Burgundy and wine tour of the Cote de Beaune. We braved the cold vineyards (seriously, we were doing star jumps to keep warm), sipped and sampled our way through these stunning old … Continue reading
Ooh la la, we had some fun with this girl. The things she’s seen! Halfway around the world by the grand old age of one year. She joined us in Burgundy, Bordeaux (Saint-Emilion) and made it all the way to … Continue reading
After waking up in our Bordeaux Chateau (I’ve always wanted to say that), we threw on some clothes, scrambled out the door…flew back in the door, threw on some more clothes, then headed to the breakfast room. Ryn took the … Continue reading
Organising our recent trip to France wasn’t one of our greatest moments in the application of practical knowledge. Put it this way, our general lack of good transport planning meant that we had to be in Bordeaux by the evening … Continue reading
Our first day of wine touring had arrived! Our bellies full of crunchy baguette, French butter, hand cut ham and boiled eggs, we set off with our fabulous guide, Sue Boxell – Burgundy on a Plate. Our first stop was … Continue reading
Everywhere we ate in Burgundy we were presented with gorgeous little warm puffs of cheesiness to nibble on before our main meal. They were just so delicious we begged our wine guide, Sue Boxell from Burgundy on a Plate, for … Continue reading
You know how Australian wines are named by their grape variety (Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Shiraz etc)? Well, French wines aren’t. Ok, so you may already know that, but don’t pretend you’ve never been confused when looking at a bottle of … Continue reading