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Finishing Fabulous France at Clotilde Davenne Winery

Published September 28, 2018 in Europe , France - 0 Comments
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Finishing Fabulous France at Clotilde Davenne Winery

Part 4 of Edward Keirsh’s adventure to France during Ryder Cup Week.

Paris was bustling with fashionistas, and that was to be expected since it was Fashion Week, a time to celebrate Dior, Armani, Hermes and Tom Ford. Not a time to celebrate the Ryder Cup which was more my fashion—so I decided to leave Paris for one more day in Burgundy—to drink great wine and to decompress from all the pastries and rich food I was eating.

Clotilde Davenne

Vézelay in Bourgogne

Clotilde Davenne

Ancient village of Noyers

Bourgogne and its amazingly remarkable small towns like Noyers and Vezelay were certainly more my style. But with limited time before my return trip home I drove to relatively nearby Chablis.

Packing my clubs for another day, and after negotiating many small roads, I ultimately arrived at a vineyard named after owner Clotilde Davenne, a small winery not far from the magical towns of Irancy and Vezelay.

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