Posts Tagged 'Domaine Faiveley'

Snow-Birding Back to the US

After fifty years with Continental and then United Airlines our friend Scott recently retired.  Needless to say the guy loves airplanes, so we had to take him to Chateau Savigny-les-Beaune.  This is the chateau with the collection of post world War II fighter jets.  Of course they also have a wonderful collection of race cars, the largest private collection of motorcycles in France, and a collection of fire engines. The best part is they make some excellent wines.

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Our Last Trip of the Season – Returning to Saint John de Losne

We have a rule on Rabelo.  We never have more than one couple a month for more than five days. Of course rules are meant to be broken, and on occasion we’ve broken almost all of Rabelo’s Rules.  We said goodbye to our friends Tom and Ilana, and less than a week later our friends Scott, Lovita, Jon, and Cherolyn arrived.  We’ve had both these couples on Rabelo before, and know that they are some of our easiest ...

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Our Private Tasting Tour at Domaine Faiveley

After an amazing tasting at Olivier Leflaive our next stop was the Domaine Faiveley. Lisa and I thought that Tom really pulled a rabbit out of the hat for this one.  Faiveley is not open to the public.  They are famous for producing some of the finest wines in the world.  If you can even find their wines you will pay dearly for them.  I found it interesting that they stored literally hundreds of different wines and vintages in their ...

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