You just came back from your trip to France with a few bottles of wine in your suitcase. Once at home, you ask yourself “Where can I put those grand crus?” No worries, the question is normal, mostly for the neophytes of oenology.
First, it is good to know what kind of wine you bought.… Read More
Champagne is one of the great prides of the French. Thanks to its secret process and its light bubbles this wine has gained worldwide fame. This sparkling wines name, which is actually the name of its area of production in the North-East of France, is registered and protected.… Read More
Did you know that several territories overseas belong to France ? Today we’re taking you to Corsica….
But before we get there, check out this video and feel the atmosphere!
- Corsica is in the mid south of the Mediterranean Sea.
- It has been a French Island since the 18th century.
Today we’ll take you to the North of France at the complete opposite of the Marseille area, in the city of Lille.
Because it is located a few miles from the Belgian border, the culture in the city is influenced by its proximity with North-Eastern Europe.… Read More
France is the country of Haute Cuisine and as such, French people know to respect its representatives, the Chefs.
Paul Bocuse was without a doubt one the greatest chefs, gaining nicknames such as the Pope of Gastronomy, the Emperor, Cook of the Century, and Chef of the Century throughout his career.… Read More