Bergerac the taste of French wine

Bergerac is located in the central heart of the south west France wine growing region. In order to reach Bergerac you can directly fly into the local airport or choose to take the train into town. In addition, you can also fly into one of the two international airports: Toulouse or Bordeaux. Often by doing […]

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History of French wine

It is generally agreed that wine has been around for millennia. In the present state of our knowledge, one of the first certified wine makers was discovered in Iran, on the northern mountains of Zagros. It was Andre Tchernia, archaeologist and one of the best specialists in the wines of antiquity, who reported: “The remains of a […]

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Wine trend: Heard it on the grapevine

The new trend hitting the UK is high quality boxed wine. This environmentally friendly format now provides Chateaux wines with a guaranteed provenance, quality and traceability throughout the entire making process. The days of supermarket cheap and nasty plonk in a box have long gone in the US, Australia and Scandinavia and now the UK […]

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Saône Gastronomic cruises in the autumn

This November, you can gorge with gastronomic glee on a leisurely cruise from Renaissance Lyon to beautiful Burgundy where the focus is firmly on top-notch French food and wine. Four gastronomic meals will be served onboard with a mouth-watering welcome dinner lovingly prepared by renowned chef Paul Bocuse.  A sommelier is on hand to ensure […]

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