Vicky's adventures


03 Apr

Break in Snow World #switzerland #Lavaux

That is for sure, I travel a lot, which makes me as much social as anti-social because your friends never know how to reach you and you never see them for a long time. It's also as much exciting as it can be tiring, to never sleep twice in the same comfy bed. So I needed a break. Switzerland mountains are certainly my favorite to...

10 Mar

Old Beaujolais visited Bruxelles

It’s not every day that old beaujolais go out of their cellar. They are fragile, rare and as all old wines, a bit moody. We know them young vibrant of fruit but there is much more than the baby to the Beaujolais Family. This day at the France-Vins exhibition, from the 2004 to the 2012, they were all under the Belgian lights. The eldest was only...

08 Feb

The Bar à Iode just opened in #Paris with Vicky’s Macon #SeaWorld #vinsdeVicky

My best agent just informed me that Vicky’s Macon was on the wine list at « Bar à Iode » in Paris. He sends me a picture that really makes you want to go there. Deal, I’m there.  Bar à Iode 34 BD St Germain, 75005 Paris Le Bar à Iode sur Facebook But what is the Bar à Iode ? A place dedicated to the sea...

14 Jan

Live the moment, it’s 2014!

Hello everyone, I wish you all a great kick off  for the year 2014. The occasion to take a deep breath and realize that life can be short. Every minute of it is worth to be lived, fully. It is also the moment to organise for the new year, so for better minutes to come :). I don't know if you've managed to review the...

16 Dec

Christmas Before Christmas At Chateau Des Moriers #Fleurie #MasterOIV

One day I've met someone that had done the Master OIV, a very special training that leads you to visit about 26 wine countries in a year. If you have a family and a job, you have to organize. For the rest, you must make sure your stomach is sharp and that your brain is ready for an adventure. You must also be insured that...

06 Dec

Vicky’s wines arrived in Belgium!

All things come to he who waits. Unfortunately, I am not the patient type : Belgium, I wanted to have it and well, I had to wait. First it came slowly, it was welcoming, funny, it gave me a shoulder to rest when I needed. It looked at me too, it did let me go, come back and maybe it thought I would be tired of...