French Wine & Food feasts this September in Paris

This month, two wine and French food feast are planned in Paris. Take the occasion to discover new tastes! Mind the details below:

For 4 whole days, wine and food lovers are invited to the “Sea & Vine & Gastronomy” fair to taste and to chat about great food and alcohols.

Between the 5th and the 8th of September, you can visit the fair for free at the Parc Floral in Paris (Château de Vincennes underground station). This large weekend is perfect to taste regional products and buy those you like most. The producers will present all kind of food and drinks including:
– Aperitifs & liquors
– Seafood products – caviar, oysters, Guérande salt, salmon, …
– Salty dishes – foie gras, cheeses, various charcuterie, …
– Sweet dishes – chocolates, macarons, biscuits, candies, marmelade, …
– Burgundy and Beaujolais wines – Chablis, Pouilly, Beaujolais, …
– Bordeaux wines – Sauterne, Haut Medoc, Saint Emilion, …
– Alsace, Champagne, Jura and Savoie wines
– Rhone Valley and Provence wines – Côte du Rhône, Chateauneuf du Pape, Ventoux, …
– Languedoc-Roussillon wines – vins du Pays d’Oc, Collioure, Corbières, …
– Val de Loire and Centre wines – Muscadet, Crémant, Saumur Champigny, Bourgueil, …
– South-West wines – Jurançon, Bergerac, …
– Foreigner wines
– Others – knives, candles, table clothes, …

Take the opportunity to taste a local pâté with a good red wine glass, amongst other oysters from Charente, cheese from Corsica, and lots of delicious French pastries and cake.
Also in Lyon from the 3rd to the 5th of October, in Strasbourg from the 10th to the13rd and in Annecy from the 24th to the 27th of October.

Secondly, there is “Festi Bacchus”, a wine feast that lasts for 3 days from the 4th September to the 6th. Wine growers and producers will be glad to meet neophytes and wine experts to make them taste all sort of wines from all wine-producing regions of France, from full Bordeaux to Alsatian whites. This fair is located in the well named “Place des vins de France” near Bercy underground station.

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