A little slug of Burgundy crosses the courtyard after heavy rains.
Hello there. It has been a while, and time has got away from me, but I wanted to share a few more images of our last stop before home.
We stopped for only a night at this lovely Bed & Breakfast in Dennevy, a small village near Beaune. It was calm, the hosts were kind, and the breakfast sported a variety of homemade preserves and yogurt. The owner gave me a German cookbook in English, so look forward to some delicious German fare to come!
In a wine class many years ago with the Alliance Française of Atlanta, my teacher spoke dreamily of the Côte d’Or. I remember his eyes gazing off towards the wall, “Ah, la Côte d’Or…” Here I was, feet on the ground. The wines here can be far too expensive, so I’m not particularly familiar with them, but I’ve tasted a few that have swept me off my feet.
Faces on buildings are some of my favorite things.
Finally to the city of Beaune, where we window-shopped for an hour and stocked up on deli meat and mustard: Edmund Fallot.We will have to go back one of these days as one day was not enough! For now, it’s back to cooking and renovating!