Nîmes, wines & heritage.
The Costières de Nîmes vineyards that date back to Roman times are among the oldest in Europe, covering 12,000 hectares south of Nîmes. Thanks to their quality, these AOC wines are served in the best restaurants.
In Mulhouse, enjoy the biggest farmer’s market in the North East of France!
Three times a week, the market of Mulhouse gathers market gardeners, small producers, traditional deli counters and food from all over the world. Dive into this temple of the most exquisite gastronomy with a greeter, a passionate inhabitant of the city.
Enjoy the world of Champagne.
Go behind the scenes of the most prestigious wine, from its vineyard to the cellars of the houses that make it famous around the world. Enjoy the Champagne world in the well-known Champagne Houses which possess 250 km of cellars and galleries.
Fever pitch in Lille for Euro 2016!
During the UEFA Euro Championship 2016, do not miss the opportunity to come and visit Lille! In between games, enjoy a dram in one of our warm pubs, have a taste of one our many food specialties, and experience the hearty welcome of the Lille people!
The best way to discover Montpellier’s wine tradition.
Explore one of the numerous vineyards and wine cellars; during the Estivales, the summer night-time open-air market & wine tasting, or brand simply in a wine bar or a café-terrace... come and taste our south art de vivre!
Michelin starred gastronomy in Versailles.
In addition to the restaurant "Gordon Ramsay" at the Trianon Palace Hotel, two restaurants have one Michelin star, the restaurant “Angelique” and the restaurant "la Table 11". Moreover Alain Ducasse will soon open its new restaurant "Ore" inside the Castle.
One grape, endless wines.
Close to the Atlantic Ocean, the vineyard of Nantes is the cradle of the famous Muscadet wine and covers the largest wine producing area made from a single variety of grape anywhere in the world.
Enjoy these fruity, refreshing wines.
Delight your taste buds with our innovative Metz cuisine.
Full of summer sun, the Mirabelle is at the heart of Metz’s gastronomy. This small yellow plum transforms savoury dishes and is essential for sweet treats.
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