Terroirs - Régions in France
“Depending on where you are in France, the food and its specificities are not the same. We bring you for a gustatory trip all over France to discover some traditional French meals but also drinks with its specific alcohol. You can’t travel because you are running out of time? We do it for you, come join us!”
Clinging to the Cote d’Azur and the Haute Provence Alps, Var is one of France’s most popular departments. Sollies figs, rosé, sunshine vegetables : Var gastronomy is rich. Discover Var food and drink.
Alpes Maritimes is a department in the southeast corner of France defined by the influence of the mountainous Alps and the Mediterranean Sea. Here the landscape is as diverse as the local cuisine, which is well-known for its sunny, Mediterranean flavours.
In Southern Bordeaux on the left bank of the Garonne river, and just a stone’s throw from the Atlantic Ocean, the vineyards of Graves and Sauternes are on a mission to promote wine tourism.
Lot-et-Garonne is France's no.1 department for the sheer diversity of fruit and vegetables grown there, including Pruneau d'Agen, gariguette strawberries and walnuts galore.
Where to drink good rum in Paris? Bars, delicatessens, but often it is by going to the West Indies or Reunion restaurants that you will find your happiness. Find here the best addresses!
French rum is very much in vogue. And to spare you the journey to sunnier climes, we’ve done all the hard work for you, so read on to discover all there is to know about rum and ti-punch for when you might need it.
During holiday season, when seafood has the place of honour, the Oyster Bar, Garry Dorr's idea, is somewhat of a landmark in the capital.
The Bourgoin Cognac company launched by Frederic and Maelys Bourgoin is breaking down the taboos surrounding the ultimate French brandy.