Terroirs - Régions in France
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.
Based in Uzos, near Pau, Maison Francis Miot has grown steadily since its launch in 1985. In 2017, it has been granted a rich crop of awards.
The Pays de la Loire region offers a cuisine inspired by its historical influences : Bretagne, Poitou, Normandy, Loire and sometimes elsewhere.
Just 250km of Paris, Bourgogne or Burgundy, is one of the most prestigious vineyards in the world, with a number of its wines achieving worldwide renown.
Ile de France : The area surrounding the French capital provides a rich variety of quality fresh produce and a gastronomic offer to match.
Stretching from the Massif Central mountains to the Mediterranean, Languedoc-Roussillon, or simply the Languedoc, boasts a rich palette of grape varieties.
Both convivial and authentic, let yourself be tempted by the Rosés de Provence and discover their vineyards.
The Isle of Beauty doesn't deserve its name for the landscape only. In Corsica delicatessen, cheese and wine lovers won't be disappointed at all !
The harmonious union between soft and crunchy, the fruity savour and the almond, meet an emblematic provencal delicacie : the Calisson d'Aix.