There was a price list available to help one make an informed choice from the stock.
I noticed that the prices were very, very reasonable.
Most wines were around the $6 (Cdn) range with the most expensive 'Grande Reserve' being at $35 (Cdn).
Not bad for great wine!!
It's no wonder the French love their wine!!
.....It's affordable and it's absolutely delicious!!!
At one side of the winery (where the wines for purchase were displayed) I noticed a most unique and interesting chandelier hanging from the ceiling.
It was made from wine bottles!!!
It had a very medieval feeling to it.
I thought it was such a great "recycling" idea, that I decided I'd try to create one when I got home...God knows I have enough empty wine bottles in storage!!
I haven't made the chandelier yet, as I tend to electrocute myself when I'm around electricity...so...
I'm working on a "cork board" using corks (from French wines ONLY!! Merci beaucoup!!),
and a "Très Chic Wine Tray" from the labels.
I love this project!! I get to drink for the sake of art!!!
I really liked this "tasting bar"! :o)
A good idea if you can't decide what to buy...especially if you've never tried the winery's products before.
I liked pretty much everything I tasted, so the decision was based more on what I could afford than what I liked.