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Stopped in Blaye overnight on route to saint antonin noble value, see my review for the hotel.
Upon unloading the bike it was time to explore the town...and just down a small street on the corner overlooking both the harbour and the old citadel was...More
We stopped in here on a Saturday morning in search of a few bottles of local Bordeaux. We ended up spending well over an hour tasting delicious reds with the owner, Les. Les and his wife Clarissa are take pride in their shop and they...More
After reading the reviews on a recent river cruise through Bordeaux, I decided that this was a place that my wife and I should visit....After all, we love great fellowship, fine wine, and folks that care.....so after finally finding it, (AND BY THE WAY, THEY'VE...More
in blaye all roafs lead to la cave...best vene for spectacular sunsets while sipping a glass of the best & enjoying a platter ...obv the creme de la creme is the vast selection of wines u can buy for yr cellar or ...just to drink...the...More
if you are looking for great hospitality and an in depth knowledge of the excellent wines from the region this is the place to stop and spend awhile, your host Les is a South African with a bubbly personality and is an expert in wine,...More
Very good wine cellar, lots of choice and great to sit in and enjoy a glass or two. We had a plancher with wine for lunch which was very good. A nice English lad works there who was helpful and informative. Handy for us with...More
We were in Blaye, France visiting the citadellle from our amadolce rive boat cruise and happened to stroll into le cave. I was quickly greeted in English by Leslie, a South African,very warmly. After a brief conversation about our trip and our interest in wine...More