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Yves Marie Lorte opens her travel diary

Yves Marie Lorte opens her travel diary


Beautiful Eve-Marie Lortie has just returned from a wine trip to the wonderful region of southern France in the company of our friendly wine columnist, Philippe Lapere. The hostess of Salut Bonjour Weekend has agreed to share with us some notes from her travel diary that will surely make you want to travel the most beautiful wine routes in the world.

“I had the opportunity to accompany my friend and colleague Philippe Labery on a wine-tasting trip to southern France at the end of May. It was a whirlwind trip!” We left on Saturday evening to return on Wednesday, says the sparkling host.

This trip of a few days allowed them to visit some of the beautiful properties of the Gangen vineyards near Montpellier. The duo also took the opportunity to see a well-known and highly appreciated winemaker from Quebec, Brigitte Gangin. This lady is an incomparable businesswoman who always has her hands busy in her land. A note for lovers of good wine, is behind the delicious wine Pave wine Available at SAQ.

Stop at Mas La Chevalière

The stay in Languedoc continued, this time to visit Mas La Chevalière which totally enchanted them with its wonderful property and beautiful terrace where they tasted good wine and ate a light meal. Eve-Marie admits that she very much enjoyed taking a break in a heavenly environment like the vineyards (we can imagine a lot more!).

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Yves Marie and her companions on the journey walked near the border with Spain, on the shores of the Mediterranean, to taste wine Domain Cassis. This team features all of their biodynamic-made, organic products since the end of the ’90s.

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So it’s not surprising to see their newly acquired acquisition that’s part of their conservation efforts: a 100% electric tractor doing a good part of the work on the vineyards. Philppe Lapeyrie was even able to dominate from the ranks of the vineyards, enough to bring back childhood!

Mario Landry

Fun time at Châteauneuf-du-Pape

Their dream trip ended in a region steeped in history and loved by our wine columnist, Châteauneuf-du-Pape. On the list: visit the ruins of the castle and walk in the soil of rolled pebbles and limestone. Nothing better than tasting wine Closing address of the popes And a great meal to end the trip with friends.

Mario Landry

Although it was a short trip, the host admits he had a wonderful stay with Philippe Lapere, his girlfriend Veronique, and his loyal friend and friend. wine guideMario Landry and Julie Pion from AdVini.

Mario Landry

This short stay was also an opportunity for Yves-Marie to see her good friend Philippe at work and observe the products he would surely talk about in the wine sectors of Salut Bonjour, one of these four. “You have to see him tasting everything seriously, spitting out the wine (and I assure you in style!), taking note of everything and asking the winegrowers about their different working methods. This whole process is very beautiful,” she says. She ends up admitting that she is not a professional, far from it, but she listens attentively, takes notes and is happy to taste the fine and good things made by ardent vineyards.