Wednesday, June 25, 2008
Bound for Bordeaux
I am besides myself with excitement as I pack up for 10 days in France. My itinerary criss-crosses the country to some of the top wine regions.
I’ll start in Bordeaux, where I’ll meet up with Cornelia Blume, a friend from Vitivinitour Then I’ll meet Randolph Resnick, a new online acquaintance from Open Wine Consortium, for an international meet up on the banks of the Garonne River.
Although it’s been only 9 months since I was there, Bordeaux is on my agenda again because it’s the biennial wine festival—too good of an opportunity to miss. There will be massive tastings, parades, fireworks, barrel-rolling, and wine, wine, wine. But not just any wine. The best of the best. After all, this is Bordeaux, the wine region chosen by Napoleon III to represent France at the 1855 World’s Fair. Stay tuned for more trip details, and if an internet café is in the offing, a little blogging from the road.
Posted by Diane Letulle at 8:14 AM
Labels: Bordeaux, Bordeaux Wine Festival
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Can't wait to hear your tales from the road. Take lots of pictures!ReplyDelete
Twice in one year? I'm so jealous! I'd love to visit France, so I'll have to live vicariously.ReplyDelete