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Dégustation de vins au Chateau Vignelaure

Le Chateau Vignelaure "Le vignoble de la source sacrée" est un des joyaux de l'appellation Coteaux d'Aix en Provence. Situé à plus de 400 mètres d'altitude, entouré de collines verdoyantes, ce vignoble de 60 ha a acquis une réputation internationnale. Les vieilles vignes de Cabernet Sauvignon, plantées dans les années 60 à partir de greffons du Château La Lagune - troisième Grand Cru Classé du Haut-Médoc - font partie des plus anciennes de Provence. Chateau Vignelaure produit des vins de grande personnalité alliant concentration, finesse, complexité et un excellent potentiel de garde.

Robert Parker, célèbre critique américain a écrit que Vignelaure est : "l’une des propriétés emblématiques non seulement de la Provence, mais de la France.

Pour celles et ceux qui auront la chance d'être en Provence le week-end du 10 et 11 Juillet prochain,le Chateau Vignelaure organise une journée Portes Ouvertes de 10h à 18h avec visite guidée et dégustation!

Vous pouvez rejoindre le Chateau Vignelaure ici

You could also be fooled into thinking it is a picture of the Forth Road Bridge from Hound Point which is the oil delivery base in the River Forth by Edinburgh. The bridge was opened in 1964 and itR17;s service to the north of Scotland will soon expire.There is talk of bringing back the ferry service from South Queensferry on the Edinburgh side to North Queensferry in the Kingdon of Fife. I remember going on the ferry when I was a boy. They only took about 15 cars each trip which would certainly not cope with the amount of road trafiic heading north these days. Plans for a new bridge are in the pipeline but anyone who is considering traveling from Edinburgh along the Fife coast to St. Andrews or other destinations towards the Highlands in the near future will most certainly have to make a big detour when the bridge is decommissioned.The Forth Rail Bridge however , which is supposed to be one of the new wonders of the world, is still in service and has carried rail traffic across the Forth for over 200 years. It is a great feat of early Scottish engineering. In the past it was tradition to toss a penny for luck out of the train window during crossing.A penny then was about the same size as a silver dollar.There is also a ferry service from Rosyth on the north side of the River Forth which has a frequent service to Belgium and Holland. It takes about 17 hours and is a great trip for those who do not want to drive all the way back down through England to the traditional east coast ferry terminals at Hull and Harwich.

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It is amazing how music plays important roles in our lives. When I am stupid and allow other things replace the music I listen to I find myself falling away from God. Recently I have been listening to The Far Country and I find myself all caught up in the songs. It is helping me focus my life on God.I have to give Jennifer Knapp credit for coming out. I knew of her, but did not know her music. If she had come out five years ago, I would have been one of those condemning her and her life style. I am so glad that God has changed me. Even though I do not understand her life style or what she is going through, I just know that in the end it is all about the love. It is better to love then not to love. It is sad that the “Church” seems to forget at times it is all about love.I got a feeling that I will be buying a Jennifer Knapp album in the near future. Any recommendations out there?Thomas

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