breaktime for ‘Rose’

Update 31.1.2016(27.1.2016)billn

DSC09214I was driving up and down between Maligny and Chablis town between appointments today, and noted this lady at work this morning – but I had no time to stop…

When I returned for my first afternoon rendezvous, the horse was still at work but yet again I had no time to admire – curses!

Fortunately, after finishing my visit, ‘Rose’ and her ‘driver’ were still in place – though taking their mid-afternoon break from ploughing in the Chablis’ 1er Cru ‘l’Homme Mort’ – a constituent part of the better known Fourchaume 1er Cru. Given the extremely mild weather, it comes as no surprise that the ground is easier to plough than usual – so 12-14°C every day is not all bad news!

Thanks Rose! (and Cyril)

EDIT: Cyril is Rose’s ‘driver’ and, believe it or not, the vineyard owner is Charlopin-Parizot Of Gevrey-Chambertin – they have 5 hectares in Chablis by all accounts…

Agree? Disagree? Anything you'd like to add?

There is one response to “breaktime for ‘Rose’”

  1. jonwyand27th January 2016 at 4:01 pmPermalinkReply

    Yes Bill show some interest ! It can only benefit you and the next guy who wants to stop for a picture 🙂
    Any idea where the name l’Homme Mort came from ?

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