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Espelette : visite et découverte de la gastronomie locale

1. Espelette : visite et découverte de la gastronomie locale

Visit the beautiful city of Espelette differently. Discover the authentic story, culture, cuisine and gastronomy of the bask country throughout our passionate tour guide, producers, chefs and farmers. The journey will begin at 11:30am in front of Espelette’s church. After greetings and the welcome of your tour guide, you will start walking among the traditional bask streets surrounded by Espelette Pepper and brick pavement ground. The first stop will be made at Arrobio to taste the most surprising beer made in the Bask Country. This beer is crafted with the Eselette’s river water, Then, Ttipia will be cooking us some tapas/pintxos, Thirdly, the hotel Euzkadi will offer you one of their well-known cured meat, You will have a taste of the elected best boudin in France by Pascal Massonde, Bipertegia producer of Espelette Pepper will tell you everything about the pepper and its story, Pika Ostatua traditional for its veal Axoa and the last but not least Chilidron will be offered, At Doxpi you will visit the famous “Trinquet Basque” and have a bite of Chipiron (squid) As dessert, you will visit the Paries shop, producer of chocolate since 1895, And to top it off, the delicious Gateau Basque from Berterreix, 4th generation bakery of Espelette.

Sarlat Gourmet Tour & Market Visit with Tastings

2. Sarlat Gourmet Tour & Market Visit with Tastings

Welcome to Sarlat, one of the most fascinating small towns of France. Take a tour on market day and follow your guide through the winding streets and stroll through the colorful stalls as he introduces you to local delicacies. In addition, discover all the main sites the town has to offer including the Lantern of the Dead, Saint Sacerdos Cathedral, Saint Mary church and covered market, the house of La Boétie and so much more. The Dordogne is world-renowned for its traditional gastronomy. High quality products used to prepare local cuisine include foie gras, duck and goose dishes, the famous black truffles of the Périgord, chestnuts, walnuts (which have been awarded their own AOC Label) and Périgord strawberries. Learn about the Bergerac and Monbazillac wines (13 of which are AOC) which are produced from top grape varities that are neighbors to the Grands Crus Classés of Bordeaux. Your tour will include 3 stops where you will tast delicious specialities of the region including duck, cheese, walnuts and wine. It's the perfect way to explore the tastes of the area and learn more about Sarlat and the Dordogne.

Bordeaux: Food Walking Tour with Tastings

3. Bordeaux: Food Walking Tour with Tastings

Meet your guide at Place de la Bourse then set out on a food-lovers walking tour through the charming streets of Bordeaux. The tour takes you to a number of historic eateries, modern cafes, and trendy restaurants where you can sample the true gastronomic wonders of this city. Get into the groove with a little wine tasting. White, red, or rosé, you will taste a glass of a high-quality organic vino, and discover how it is made. Try one of the best traditional French dishes, the homemade multiple courses, grilled meat with parsley potatoes Limousin beef tartar, chips Chef's fish, or a vegetarian skillet of seasonal vegetables. End with refined chocolate bonbons from a local female chocolatier who has won several awards, and the keepsake, a little caramelized hazelnut treat from a small local family business. You will also try one of the region's sweet specialties, the delicious Dune Blanche du Bassin d'Arcachon..

Bayonne Traditional food Tour

4. Bayonne Traditional food Tour

Assortments of Basque charcuterie, including the famous Bayonne ham. Taste the Basque street food with the Taloa, a thin corn cake filled with ventrèche bacon and sheep's cheese and cooked a la plancha, the traditional dish of Basque village festivals. In a typical cider house, enjoy a grilled hake with fried garlic and deglazed with vinegar and chilli accompanied by a local cider called Sagarnoa. Finally taste the famous Basque cakes with cream or cherry. And finally finish with the other great specialty of Bayonne, the chocolate with the tasting of of delicious chocolate bites.

Bordeaux: Organic Traditional Food and Wine Tour

5. Bordeaux: Organic Traditional Food and Wine Tour

Welcome to our Bordeaux: Organic Food tour; Let's start learning why the gastronomy of France is so renowned and the reasons behind it. We will be tasting on the local and organic products from our region. First stop : 3 Organic Wine paired Charcuterie Taste the local organic wine from our region to understand the grape varieties, wine regions and food pairing Second stop: Cheese and Foie Gras Did you know only 44 cheese in France are Aoc come and taste local cheese Foie gras : Either you will love it or hate but try it Third Stop : Organic Gateau Basque This crunch cake with melted almond cream inside will give you an extraordinary experience Fourth stop : Organic Cannele Yes this is the local pastry made out of egg yolk crispy outside layer and soft inside will amused you So what are you waiting for hop up and savour the flavours. Santé!

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What people are saying about Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Had an excellent t time with René! Great driver and gave us excellent info and took us to great wineries. Each was different and we learned something new each time. Would definitely recommend them!

It was a great food tour. We were allowed to taste very tasty things - the dessert tasting was particularly special. Clemence gave us a very informative tour of Bordeaux.

We enjoyed learning about the history of Sarlat and the food tastings that were paired with local wines. Our guide was very informative and had a great sense of humor!

Our guide was friendly and very informative. The tastings were lovely and he recommended a fabulous restaurant for lunch that we really enjoyed.

Fantastic time in Sarlat. Martin was extremely friendly and knowledgeable. I would highly recommend this tour