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Best Paris Macarons: 4 Fantastic Spots to Try

Emily Monaco | Thursday, Jan 12th 2017
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Best Paris Macarons: 4 Fantastic Spots to Try Paris is famous for many different pastries. Think of millefeuille, éclairs or the classic croissant. But one of its most popular desserts is doubtlessly the macaron. Paris macarons are deceptively simple little cookies that require a good deal of work and precision to perfect. So if you ...

Pascale Bernasse of French Wine Explorers Named Top Travel Specialist for 2016

Pascale Bernasse | Wednesday, Dec 28th 2016
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Pascale Bernasse, President of French Wine Explorers, named Top Travel Specialist for wine tours in France by Condé Nast Traveler magazine for the fifth year in a row. Pascale Bernasse, President of French Wine Explorers, is honored with an enviable spot on the 2016 Condé Nast Top Travel Specialists List. This annual list recognizes ...

New Year's Brunch Pairings: The Best Food & Wine Menu

William S. Shepard, Wine Editor | Thursday, Dec 15th 2016
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Note: This article on New Year’s Brunch pairings is the 100th blog post written by our Wine Editor, William Shepard. William Shepard has lived extensively in France and speaks French fluently. He taught at the Lycée Jean Giraudoux, Châteauroux (Indre-where Pierre Bernasse is from!) in his youth. He went on to become a diplomat, ...

(Video) The Best Wines For Your Bordeaux Wine Cellar (Plus Special Offer)

Pascale Bernasse | Tuesday, Nov 29th 2016
This video has suggestions for wine to buy for your Bordeaux wine cellar. This blog post is sponsored by our partner friends at Millesima USA in New York–one of the largest and most reputable online wine retailers. Visit them at The Best Wines For Your Bordeaux Wine Cellar (Video Transcript) Hi, this is Pascale ...

Pairing Wine and Cheese: The Best Expert Advice

Emily Monaco | Wednesday, Nov 16th 2016
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Chef Interview: Pairing Wine and Cheese at La Vache Dans les Vignes One of our favorite ways to bring the flavors of French terroir (or sense of place) home is by pairing wine and cheese. This is also the goal of one of our favorite Parisian shops, La Vache dans les Vignes (the cow in […]
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