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The cobbled alleys of Eastern France
Enjoying a very local crémant rosé this evening – this Alsatian wine is produced using the same methods as champagne. The rosé is especially rare and wonderful as it uses 100% Pinot noir grapes, an unusual feat in the world of rosé & champagnes. This particular bottle was made by a local family winery and bought from a hole-in-the-wall tasting room in Riquewihr, a gorgeous winery village in the Alsace wine route. Feel very lucky to get to get to try a bottle while we are here ???
Hot summer nights exploring the western corner of Germany. Bicycles, beer gardens and sausages dominate the gorgeous uni town of Freiburg
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