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Tasting consists of three stages, each revealing different and important information about the wine.
The shape of the wine
glass is particularly important when tasting wine.
Benoit Witz welcomes guests in a spectacular setting, at l'Hostellerie de l'Abbaye de la Celle, where he serves up seasonal Provencal dishes inspired from the land and the sea.
Born in Normandy, chef Christophe Saintagne has been running the prestigious kitchens of Alain Ducasse's three-Michelin-starred Plaza Athénée since 2010.
Executive chef at Alain Ducasse's Louis XV in Monaco's Hôtel de Paris, Franck Cerutti still resides in his hometown of Nice.
Michel Guérard, considered as one of the founders of Nouvelle Cuisine proudly displays his three Michelin stars at Les Prés d'Eugénie, his estate in the heart of Gascony
A native of Landes, Alain Ducasse now runs more than twenty restaurants around the globe.
After receiving a third Michelin star for his work at Paris' Le Meurice Hotel in 2007, Yannick Alléno set up his first bistro at Maison de la Mutualité in the Capital's 5th district.
In Saint-Bonnet-le-Froid, in Auvergne, chef Régis Marcon and his son Jacques will help you discover a cuisine that is both innovative and respectful of traditions, where mushrooms and green Puy lentils play a special role.
Pierre Hermé, labelled by Vogue as the "Picasso of pastry," titillates palates in his 29 points of sale, including many in Paris, Strasbourg, Nantes, Nice and Lyon.