How The French Dordogne Includes More Than Castles And Cuisine

Tom MullenContributor, Forbes, Mar 30, 2017, 07:43am
I write about lifestyle, food and wine from a base in France

The Dordogne département of southwest France is internationally renowned for more than medieval castles and foie gras cuisine.

It is also laden with a generous smattering of pre-historic sites that provide insight into the evolution of early humans.

1 logis à Domme, a good address in the Dordogne

Sylvie CLERGERIE, 24 Mars 2018, Blog: Le coin des voyageurs

A pretty guest house in one of the most beautiful villages in France

Aujourd'hui samedi 24 mars 2018,  c'est la première Journée de l'hôte en France !

J'espère que cette initiative d'Eviivo va bien fonctionner et perdurer car nous sommes tous gagnants aujourd'hui :

les hôtes bénéficient de plein de petites attentions supplémentaires

The Food, Wine and Life Of Bruno, Chief Of Police Saint Denis, France

Nick Passmore , CONTRIBUTOR I write about wine and spirits. JUL 15, 2017

“ ‘Here’s another new one for you to try,’ said Jack, handing Bruno a glass of white wine. ‘Domaine de l’Ancienne Cure at Colombier.’ Bruno grinned at Jack. Now retired, Jack spent one afternoon each week visiting a different vineyard in Bergerac, and with some nine hundred winegrowers, he claimed it was a useful incentive to live another twenty years.”