(Video) Paris Bordeaux Wine Tour

Saturday, Feb 2nd 2019
Paris Bordeaux Wine Tour
Luxury Paris Bordeaux Wine Tour Video In this Paris Bordeaux Wine Tour video we give you a glimpse inside our tour highlight features. From cultural experiences to delicious food and wine, this Paris Bordeaux Wine tour is the perfect combination for a week of the good life! (Transcript) Find ...

Vosne Romanee Wine: Tasting Notes From Our Expert

Tuesday, Sep 25th 2018
Vosne Romanee
Vosne Romanee Wine: Tasting Notes From Our Expert The wines of the Vosne Romanee region of Burgundy are rare, full-bodied and pricey.  The region lies between the picturesque Clos de Vougeot and the succulent Nuits St. Georges, many wine tasters’ favorite region in the Cote d’Or of Burgundy. To ...

Provence France: Everything You Need To Know

Tuesday, Aug 21st 2018
Provence France
Everything You Need To Know About Provence France Provence boasts some of the most beautiful vineyards in France along with sun-drenched beaches and delicious cuisine. It has something for everyone and is a wine lover’s paradise. Here are a few informative articles about Provence France, ...

The Rare Burgundy White Wine That's On the Market Again!

Tuesday, Jun 26th 2018
Burgundy white wine
Chambolle-Musigny: The Rare Burgundy White Wine That’s On the Market Again Chambolle-Musigny, the smallest area of storied grand cru wines in Burgundy, is well worth your visit. It has two grand cru red wines, Le Musigny and Bonnes Mares, and one storied grand cru Burgundy white wine, Le ...

Videos: France Travel To Help Plan Your Dream Wine Tour

Saturday, Jun 9th 2018
Videos On France Travel To Help Plan Your Dream Wine Tour In our popular Tuesday Tip in About a Minute video series we cover all things related to France travel, wine touring and beyond. Tips offered on the best time to take a wine tour to how to pack for the tour to what not […]

New and Exciting Small Group Tours to France and Italy

Tuesday, May 1st 2018
small group tours to France
(For immediate release) St. Michaels, MD, May 5, 2018 New Small Group Tours to France and Italy for 2019! Leading luxury wine tour provider French Wine Explorers has released its 2019 dates for its small group tours to France and Italy. New for 2019 is a tour to Tuscany, featuring iconic Super ...

Highlights of the 2018 Michelin Guide for Paris

Tuesday, Apr 3rd 2018
2018 Michelin Guide for Paris
What’s New In the Stars? Highlights of the 2018 Michelin Guide for Paris Who were the winners and losers for the 2018 Michelin Guide for Paris restaurants? This year, the food world’s most prestigious guide added 57 new tables to its pages, including 15 in Paris. The trend towards ...

Where Are the Best Vegetarian Restaurants In Paris?

Saturday, Mar 31st 2018
vegetarian restaurants in Paris
Vegetarian Restaurants in Paris A few years ago, it would have been almost unheard of for a vegetarian in Paris to find good food. But there have been more and more options popping up. Gone are the days where requests for vegetarian food are met with a confused expression and a 10-euro plate of ...

Are You Confused By Italian Wine Labels? Helpful Tips

Wednesday, Oct 25th 2017
Italian wine
How to Read Italian Wine Labels Trying to find a wine you like can be confusing, no matter where in the world you live or shop. Most retail shops organize wine by country, but some use grape variety or style as the theme. Mastering the scope of Italian wine is a formidable task. There are […]

Where Can You Find the Best Paris Pastries?

Tuesday, Oct 3rd 2017
Paris pastries
Where Can You Find the Best Paris Pastries? The world of Paris pastries used to be somewhat simple. In every pastry shop window, you had your choux pastry-based éclairs and religieuses. You also had your stacked millefeuilles (also known as Napoleons), and a variety of fruit tarts glazed with ...

When is the Best Time to Open Your Special Wine?

Tuesday, Aug 29th 2017
special wine
When is the Best Time to Open Your Special Wine? Many wine lovers have a good supply of wines that they enjoy drinking on a regular basis. One thinks of Chablis, for example, or Chateauneuf du Pape. Some fine Sauvignon Blanc wines from the Loire Valley, and some half bottles of Sauternes, give ...

Montepulciano Italy: Where Some of the Best Wine is Made

Wednesday, Aug 2nd 2017
Montepulciano Italy
Montepulciano Italy: Where Some of the Best Wine is Made Understanding the character of the Montepulciano Italy appellation in Tuscany is by comparison a simple exercise! This article will help summarize the highlights of the region. Italy offers some of the best wines in the world, and is also ...

Why Travel To Paris In August A Great Idea

Tuesday, Jul 25th 2017
paris in august
Why Travel To Paris Is A Great Idea Now August is a peculiar month to visit Paris. While there’s no shortage of visitors to Paris in August, most of the locals disappear for les grandes vacances, a month-long vacation. The city can therefore feel a bit like a shadow of itself. You’ll find ...

What Are the Best Provence Food and Wine Combinations?

Tuesday, Jul 11th 2017
Provence food and wine
Provence Food and Wine: The Best Combinations How do you match Provence food and wine? What are the key flavors? Provence has many regional dishes, not just salade nicoise! Here are the best combinations of Provence food and wine. Stews, Grilled Meats, Fish from Provence Beef Stews (Daube) ...

Bastille Day: Best Ways to Celebrate in Paris

Thursday, Jul 6th 2017
Bastille Day
Bastille Day: Best Ways to Celebrate Like a Local When it comes to Bastille Day in Paris, real estate is an important consideration. You’ll find something to do pretty much anywhere you go in the city. But some places are far more exciting and enticing than others. Here are three of our ...

What Makes the Best Food and Wine Pairings? An Essential Guide

Wednesday, Jun 28th 2017
wine pairings
What Makes the Best Food and Wine Pairings? An Essential Guide Pairing food and wine can be a challenge. It is almost a science: determining which food highlights which wine and vice versa or figuring how best to put together a three to five course menu. We take a little bit of the mystery out ...