Gascony


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a region of southwestern France

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I'm also very drawn to the wines of Gascony, where I've spent many happy hours wandering through the vineyards and, better still, taking other people down there to discover the region for the first time.
This wine, from the heart of Gascony, bounces from the honeyed exotics of the manseng to the strident crispness of the sauvignon.
WHITE Terre d'Artagnan Blanc from Gascony in France is an interesting blend of zesty Colombard and Ugni Blanc.
PRICE mobile home holidays in Gascony for the Spring Bank Holiday cost just PS195 (saving PS195).
This is off a very small base, but for fans the return of the robust and complex Gascony spirit has been heartening.
Gascony (called Gascogne in France) is the wine-producing region southeast of Bordeaux known primarily for white blends, like the 2013 Domaine de Pellehaut "Harmonie de Gascogne.
On average each farm had 12-15 different semi-natural habitats, placing Wales in the top three regions studied in Europe - the other two being Gascony in France and Bavaria in Germany.
It comes from Gascony in the south west of France and is a blend of fruity colombard and floral ugni blanc grapes.
Memories of Gascony has been many years out of print, so it's a pleasure to see it re-appear in a new edition with new photos and a new design.
Originally published in 1990, the cookbook Memories of Gascony is now in a new edition interspersed with beautiful color photographs.
The two women were shot on Kilburn High Road, outside Woody Grill near Gascony Avenue.
Scots just love the zinginess of sauvignon blanc, but this version from Gascony is much rounder than, say, Kiwi equivalents.
The accident occurred while the huntsman was taking part in a deer hunt on Sunday with three Blue Gascony Basset hounds near St Michel de Double, near Mussidan, the report said.
I have always loved travelling the provinces, perhaps spending time in the Loire, Gascony, Dourdogne, Lot or Provence.
I am writing to you all from Gascony, the ancestral home of the Musketeers and the French foreign Legion.