Oenotourism

Nos Bonnes Adresses - Les plus beaux bars avec cheminée de Paris Les Grappes
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The most beautiful bars with fireplace in Paris

"In March, when the weather is nice, take your coat. " says a provincial saying. Even if spring is coming soon, the famous March giboulées will be there, and with it, its good dose of greyness...

Nos Bonnes Adresses - La Cave des Voyageurs : un des plus vieux bars à vin à Lyon Les Grappes
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La Cave des Voyageurs: one of the oldest wine bars in Lyon

Located a stone's throw from the Saône, the Cave des Voyageurs is a Lyon institution where Gones and visitors have been jostling for almost twenty years. Here, we let ourselves be guided and we taste: ...

Nos Bonnes Adresses - Buvette, la bonne adresse de South Pigalles Les Grappes
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Buvette, the right address in South Pigalle

How do you reconcile a wine lover, a belly on legs and a girlfriend who likes cosy but not too much atmosphere? Buvette has found the solution. As proof, this "gastrothèque" in the rue Henri M...

Nos Bonnes Adresses - Le Bistrot des Cinéastes : le repère des cinéphiles et amateurs de vins - Les Grappes
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Le Bistrot des Cinéastes: the landmark for film and wine lovers

At the foot of the Montmartre hill, a stone's throw from the Place de Clichy, the Bistrot des Cinéastes is a landmark for lovers of the big screen but also for good bottles of wine. Let's face it, the combo "...

Nos Bonnes Adresses - Vingt sur vin, le bar à vin des vrais marigots ! Les Grappes
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Vingt heures Vin, the wine bar of real parigots!

If you want to know a 'real' wine bar made in Paris, go to the Vingt heures Vin in Montmartre. Here, no fuss and no fraudulent prices... Good bowling pins, very nice service, generous plates...

Top 6 des activités oenotouristiques les plus originales - Les Grappes
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Top 6 most original wine tourism activities

Do you want to see the castles and vineyards of the estates from a different angle? We propose six atypical wine-related activities, designed by the wineries to make you discover them in a different way....

Carcassonne-Montpellier : le Tour de France côté vins - Les Grappes
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Carcassonne-Montpellier: the Tour de France on the wine side

After beautiful stages in the Pyrenees, the riders will start from the Cité de Carcassonne to reach Montpellier. Hosting the Tour de France for the 32nd time, the capital of Hérault...

Devenir leader mondial de l'oenotourisme : l'ambition française - Les Grappes
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Becoming world leader in wine tourism: the French ambition

France: a wine producer and a major player in tourism France is THE world tourist destination. For more than 10 years, France has maintained its position, even though it has been strongly challenged by the United States....

Comment promouvoir son offre oenotouristique ? - Les Grappes
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How to promote your wine tourism offer ?

You are a winegrower and you would like to make your wine tourism offer known? Les Grappes gives you a few tips on how to increase the number of visitors to your estate! How to...

Oenotourisme France - A la découverte de l'IGP Alpes de Haute Provence : Autour de l'AOC Pierrevert ! - Les Grappes
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Discovering the PGI Alpes de Haute Provence: Around the AOC Pierrevert!

After her escapades in the Beaujolais, Laetitia Allemand now offers us a moment in the Alpes de Haute Provence. She takes us to discover a micro vineyard with Provençal accents, imbued with a touch of...

Oenotourisme France - Vallée du Rhône : le Tour de France côté vins - Les Grappes
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Rhone Valley: the Tour de France on the wine side

After a beautiful breakaway in the heart of the Languedoc vineyards, the Tour de France route reserves for the riders several stages in the heart of the Rhone Valley. An ideal programme to treat yourself to a tour of the region....

Le Carménère, le cépage chilien qui monte en gamme - Les Grappes
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Carménère, the Chilean grape variety that is moving up the range

Uruguay has its tannat, Argentina its malbec and Chile its carménère. This little-known Bordeaux grape variety, which has been back on the top of the podium in recent years, is meeting with a real craze....