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Posted by Dennis Sherman | 15 06 2017

The vegetable garden at Cromey (the French call it the 'potager': the soup garden) is exploding after weeks of brilliant sun and timely rain.  Have a look at what's in...

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Posted by Dennis Sherman | 16 05 2017

Life at Cromey is all about the rhythm of the seasons.  Walk out the front gate, and nature takes you by the hand.  In mid-May, we set off foraging for...

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Posted by Dennis Sherman | 22 04 2017

It's Springtime in Burgundy. Here's a little something we have been whipping up in the kitchens at the Domaine de Cromey. A fantastic seasonal salad of baby fava beans, fresh...

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Posted by Dennis Sherman | 16 03 2017

One of the iconic races of cycling, the Paris–Nice, came right through Cromey last week. It's known as the Race to the Sun because its starts in a chilly Paris...

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Posted by Ashley Cummins | 01 02 2017

IRANCY On slopes above the Yonne river valley 15 km from Chablis, a handful of winemakers are growing Pinot Noir at the northernmost limit of its possibility.  While Chablis, of...

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Posted by Ashley Cummins | 01 12 2016

I met James Melendez (James The Wine Guy) when I was in San Francisco last. We did a little tasting of Elden Selections small-production Burgundies, and he was genuinely moved....

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Posted by Dennis Sherman | 28 11 2016

Reasons to be Thankful As our first season at the Domaine de Cromey comes to a close, we look back and and marvel at what a year it has been....

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Posted by Dennis Sherman | 28 11 2016

Burgundy a great cycling destination DOMAINE DE CROMEY Your base for biking in the Heart of Burgundy As recent guests here at Cromey can attest, the roads of Burgundy are beautifully...

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Posted by Dennis Sherman | 28 11 2016

Cromey as seem through the eyes of out first guests. We’ve been so close to the details of the renovation here at Cromey that we often missed the big picture....

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Posted by Ashley Cummins | 01 09 2016

One of the best things about living in a traditional food and wine culture is that you don’t necessarily have to be traditional. Living in Burgundy, we enjoy a culinary...

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