The old, the new, the classics and the forgotten. Noilly Prat, Lillet, Suze, Calvados, Kir, Pastis, Cognac, Cointreau, Absinthe and French beer and cider. The list is almost endless. Here you’ll find some stories, regional favourites, recommendations and what you will find locally staying in one of our quality rental properties. It’s not all alcohol ! Perrier, of course with its history of famous advertising posters. Santé!

Christmas dinner

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02 November 2021  |  Amélie Roca  |  Drinks

Christmas 2021 recipe ideas

Noël est le moment pour se rassembler et se retrouver en famille autour d'un délicieux repas fait maison. Nous sommes souvent à court d'idées concernant les menus de fête, c'est pour cela que nous vous proposons nos idées recettes pour Noël 2021.

Grape harvest

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16 September 2021  |  Amélie Roca  |  Nature , Drinks

Harvest time has come

We are in September and who says September says: harvest period. It is during this period that the winegrowers harvest the grapes from their vines to make their wine production. By hand or by machine, the harvest period is generally between the end of August and October, depending on the region.

Noilly Prat

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13 September 2021  |  Hugh Atkins  |  Drinks, Made in France, Tourism, Pure France

Visit Noilly Prat in Marseillan

Noilly Prat is one of the most drinks in the world. Joseph Noilly, a herbalist, developed the first formula in 1813, 50 years before the now archetypal vermouth, Martini. "White" Noilly Prat is the archetype of dry, straw-coloured French vermouth. Noilly Prat now makes Red and Ambre vermouths as well, introduced in the 1960s and 1980s, but they are less widely known. Produced in the small seaside town of Marseillan, there are organised daily visits as well as a large shop.

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