Beau jolly

Wyboston Lakes, near St Neots, was one of the first locations in the region to celebrate the new season s crop of Beaujolais Nouveau. Customers of the Waterfront Restaurant/Bar sampled the 2006 vintage wine, to which they were introduced by some of the co

Wyboston Lakes, near St Neots, was one of the first locations in the region to celebrate the new season's crop of Beaujolais Nouveau. Customers of the Waterfront Restaurant/Bar sampled the 2006 vintage wine, to which they were introduced by some of the conference centre's French staff.

Olivier Six, operations director, said: "Our customers thoroughly enjoyed the day which was tinged with a flavour of France. Our French waiters really got into the spirit of the day, offering French bread and a wheel of Brie to our guests to complement the wine."

Pictured with the new vintage are, from left, Tom Leclerq, Robin Horton and Camille Dhuy.


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