Have you ever dreamed of riding in a horse-drawn carriage? It was with great delight that we ventured on a tour of the French countryside with our guide headed out for a picnic lunch. All part of our Week in Uzès culinary holiday program.
We love the Wednesday producers market in Uzès and don’t miss an opportunity to chat up the local producers who are putting the region and the city on the map. I sat down with Pascal & Catherine Roger of Les Terres d’Uzès to find out more about their jams, syrups and sorbets in our Local people series.
Are you familiar with Natural Wines? As part of the organic wine producers natural winemakers are taking us back to the earlier days of wine – when a bottle could still surprise you. Come along with me to discover the world of Natural Wines and one of its producers, Rémi Curtil of de Grappes & d’Ô.
There is Organic wine and then there’s Deleuze-Rochetin. A winery that has been growing grapes and bottling wine in Arpaillargues (Pays d’Uzès), in Languedoc-Rousillon region of France since 1820. Discover the winery and its vigneron, Baptiste Cartier
People have been eating snails for centuries. In France, snails were considered a food of the elite and many chateaux in France had their own snail farms to deal with the high demand of this delicacy. We’re lucky to live close to a snail farm and I sat down with its owner, Cyril Santos to talk about Escargot.