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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...

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...

  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....

Cuisine de Bar & Bakery Poilâne, Paris 3rd The first Right Bank Poilâne bakery has launched in NOMA (North of Marais) in former bistro Le...

In the Rhône Valley we’ve many wineries, ’tis true, and they vary widely from those in the Southern region to those in the heights of the Mont...

  Harvest in Champagne We are in the final week of August vacations in France and everyone is thinking about la rentrée (returning after a break). I...

Cognac, the world's most imitated brandy, can legally be made only in a relatively small area surrounding the town of Cognac, which is north of...

Château Margaux in Bordeaux On a recent trip to Bordeaux on assignment I had the opportunity to visit the famous estate of Château Margaux in...

Alsace is the scenic eastern French region that borders Germany along the Rhine River. There is a geographic fault here and the area is...

Lacking the opulence of many of its sister regions and often ignored in travel literature, Franche-Comté nevertheless offers bountiful treasures to travelers wise enough to...

La crêperie des Canettes, Paris 6th. Photo by patrianova. It’s easy to get blasé about crêpes in Paris. If you’re anything like me, after a brief but...