Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – Wine, Roman Ruins and Gigondas! Chateauneuf du Pape! Touring Provence Thanks To Patricia Wells! by John Rieber

John Rieber shares the second travel post in this current series.. Because there tends to be a large number of wonderful photographs in John’s posts, I will give you a starter… and let you head over to his blog to finish the post.  I also recommend that you check out his more recent posts.. a great deal on offer.

Wine, Roman Ruins and Gigondas! Chateauneuf du Pape! Touring Provence Thanks To Patricia Wells! by John Rieber

My wife and I were lucky enough to attend a cooking class with the great Cookbook Author / Chef Patricia Wells, known for such books as “The Food Lovers Guide To Paris”. This is a 2012 look at our cooking class with her, as well as exploring the wine reason of Provence.

Say hello to the vineyards of Chateauneuf du Pape!

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3 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – Wine, Roman Ruins and Gigondas! Chateauneuf du Pape! Touring Provence Thanks To Patricia Wells! by John Rieber

  1. I recal the scissor legged tractors that meander past the wine seller in the main street, as if thumbing its autocratic nose at by-passers. A haughteir tractor I have yet to see. Chateaux nuef du Pape was a sight to see at harvest. Thank you for jogging my memory of a perfectly ‘hic’ perfect holiday.

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