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» » » » » Paris. A voyage to Paris. About wine tourism to France, Europe.







At the heart of winter, wine tourism is due more to the cellar in the vineyards. Thus one of Rasteau wines (84-Vaucluse) which is the specialist for so long that it even received the Coup de Heart of the Wine Tourism National Award in Paris in June 2011, organizes meetings You festive and delicious throughout the year. Saturday January 28 and February 25, we learn to blend the sublime with the name of Grenache truffles Tricastin, having himself participated in digging the dog and before tasting.
Even search for perfect harmony between the black diamond and the wines of the Hermitage on February 2, the stronghold of Gambert (26 - Drôme), which became one of the cellar of Tain l'Hermitage . This is the former home of Louis Gambert de Loche, founder of the Cave de Tain. We can also participate in a March 29 workshop with the Ecole du Grand Chocolat Valrhona and settle for lunch at the table of the Umia , the restaurant Frédéric Bau, creator of the school and well installed, Thus, in the heart of the subject .

Paris Food Walking Tour: Gourmet French Food

Tour description provided by Viator There’s no need to consider calories when you combine gourmet French food with a three-hour walking tour! Your small group tour is led by an expert food connoisseur, who will take you through a number of Paris neighbourhoods to visit a French bakery, pastry shop, French caterer, wine shop, cheese shop, fruit and vegetable shop and market.Your gourmet walking tour of Paris begins at either a specialty cheese shop on Boulevard Saint-Germain on the Left Bank or in a specialist pastry shop in Montmartre (depending on tour option selected). Numbers on this gourmet walking tour are restricted to a maximum of eight, ensuring you’ll receive individual attention from your expert gastronomic guide. The number of stops you make could be expanded according to the seasonal availability of produce and your group’s preferences.
The commentary from your expert foodie guide includes an overview of French culinary habits, a description of any seasonal events taking place at the time of your tour and an introduction to selected specialties in the shops. Your guide will discuss how these specialties are produced, how to choose and store the produce, and how to prepare your own gourmet recipes. You are encouraged to interact with your guide and ask as many questions as you like.


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What’s included

  • Latin quarter tour: tasting of foie gras, wine, cheese and bread
  • Montmartre tour: tasting of homemade pies, cheese, wine and charcuterie
  • Professional guide

What isn’t included

  • Optional gratuities
  • Hotel pickup and drop off






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