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Tasting Tuscan Wine – Part 2

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Another 2 Tuscan vineyards worth mentioning: Azienda Agricolo San Michele Unfortunately, we cannot find the address of this winery, but we remember that it was not far from San Vincenzo. Not an inviting tasting area (it was very cold), but beautiful red wines and a grappa to die for! A big white dog keeps you company while you taste, choose…

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Tasting Tuscan Wine – Part 1

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What is better than driving around in Tuscany? Answer: driving around in Tuscany and tasting wines. The tourist information office in San Vincenzo had given us a list of wineries and this is our selection: Caccia al Piano 1868 Via Bolgherese 279 57022 Castagneto A tasting costs 10 € and includes 5 wines and a light lunch. Ingrid and I tasted…

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Last Trip of 2012 – The winery where they will never see us again…

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Before I start with this post, there are a couple of things you have to know about us. 1. We don’t like to write negative reviews or posts. Instead, we like to have a positive attitude and view on life. 2. We appreciate wine, but we are not experts. I know the difference between a pinot gris and a pinot…

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Last Trip of 2012 – Stumbling upon a chapel

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After our discoveries in Gorze and Sillegny, we went back to the north, to Metz. Lars and I were in the mood again to visit a couple of wineries. We first ended up in a small village called Marieulles. To be honest, Lars and I had already been here in the morning, but the winery we wanted to visit was…

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Last Trip of 2012 – Tasting wine at the Domaine les Béliers

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The day afterwards we wanted to do something more cheerful. A wine tour! We had already visited some wineries at the Moselle in Germany and now we were going to do the same in France. And we expected things to be exactly like in Germany. And they weren’t… In Germany you can drive dozens of kilometers along the river, from…

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