From there we went to find a series of geocaches which toured through the different regions of Beaujolais.
The highlight of the afternoon was seeing this parcel of vineyard - the only one with trees and the only one with wild roses planted at the end of the rows. In the vineyards here, an entire field is not necessarily owned by one viticulteur but the ownership can be row by row. This is especially important at harvest time since they must be careful not to harvest somebody else's grapes.
And here is a close-up of the star of the show! It is too bad I don't know which wine this is because they take as much care with the wine as they do the vineyard, it must be pretty good wine. We had a great day out and finished the caches just before the rain started - and this was just day one of a four day weekend.