Our guests found this “piquant,” sweet, with notes of apricot and light fruit. Strong in the middle of the mouth, “no front, no finish.”
It would be too facile to again compare the wine’s structure to that of the stage, but they can share the same tag line: as one of our companions put it, “nice for a hot summer day.”
- Stage 20: Numbers Flapping in the Wind; Like 170 Moles in Action
- Stage 19: Chapeaux à Bert Grabsch
- Stage 18: The Chateau Stays in Place
- Stage 17: Unless You Strike Him, He Won’t Bite
- Stage 16: Before the Rabbits Scurry for the Hole
- Stage 15: Like Two Wheeled Gladiators
- Stage 14:Schluges and Smengies; foodies and francophiles
- Stage 13: Prepping….
- Stage 12: 5 hours, 26 minutes, 10 seconds.
- Stage 11: A Terrific Hurley-Burley Into the Finish.