We started the day in Burgundy and ended it in Beaujolais. Needless to say, we drank lots of great wine.
We knew that we were in for a unique experience when a billy goat greeted us upon our arrival at the stone gate of La Ruchotte.
We drove and tasted our way around the Côte-d’Or where we drank plenty of Montrachet and enjoyed the beautiful scenery. Burgundy wine tasting is the best!
Our dinner at Burgundy’s Maison Lameloise was the ultimate destination dining experience. The 3 star Michelin restaurants pulled out all the stops from the creative amuse bouches to the amazing cheese cart.
We spent a busy day in Beaune France where we ate great food, drank great wine and toured the city.
We got our first taste of the French Alps in Annecy. We will never forget the stunning sunsets and delicious cheese.
We packed a lot of eating and walking into our taste of London in 44 hours. Highlights were the Borough Market, Portobello Road and the Tate Modern.