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Chatting with a Sorbonne finance student and competitive tennis player, who was thrice-recruited to be a model (declined each time), on why he moved...

Pousse Rapière, a rapiers thrust, is the signature aperitif of Gascony.  It is an orange flavored Armagnac and sparkling wine cocktail that will enter...

Loire Valley in December. Photo by Cathy Henton Every December as Christmas nears, we anticipate the pleasure of spending time with family and friends over...

True, when it comes to elegance, finesse—and sheer pedigree—it’s hard to beat a genuine French Champagne, from the chalky vineyards of the Champagne region...

Everyone knows that French wines are considered to be amongst some of the world's best. But we turn the spotlight on several French brands...

Back in the 8th century AD there was a Benedictine monk and traveling confessor named Émilion. He wandered the lands, far and wide, eventually...

The heart of Gascony produces the oldest brandies in France.  Its vineyards, inherited from the Romans, have been in steady production since the middle...

Wine is delicious. Wine is amazing. Wine is the best thing ever made… especially when it’s paired with a delicious meal. You’d struggle to go...

“All for one and one for all!” On the road to Pays d’Artagnan As you drive through the remote, southwestern French countryside, down narrow plane...

  The Loire Valley is only an hour and a half by TGV from Paris and it’s easy to pop down to experience la douceur Angevine....

Last week’s what to do and not to do when dining as a guest in a French home drew lots of responses. So welcome...

L'Hotel, Paris 6th The new exhibition at Musée d'Orsay is "Beauté, morale et volupté dans l'Angleterre d'Oscar Wilde.” Small wonder there are big lines waiting...