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Tour de France With Chef Didier in 2024

Culinary Perigord Tour 

Coming Soon 2025!

Friday, March 1st to Sunday, March 10, 2024

Many activities will take place in and around Sarlat, a medieval town in the southwest of France, where I grew up.

On Sunday, March 3rd, walk around the plaza that displays many food stalls with wonderful dishes made from all parts of Madame Goose, the imperial Mascotte of this town. Enjoy local wines and beers, along with traditional music and dancing in the streets.  A day you will never forget... I promise you!

A one-on-one, fresh truffle hunting, with Fiston, the Doggy!  Yes, every year we bring back some fresh truffles in our luggage. Lascaux Caves are the most visited caves in the world and the markets in Perigeux are not to be missed, plus my hometown of Bergerac, to name a few things! 10 gourmet days when no same dish is repeated.  

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Loire Valley Tour


Friday, April 5th to Sunday, April 14, 2024 

We will stay for two nights, in the village of Chavignol, in the heart of the Sancerre region, the most acclaimed white wine ( and town ) from the French people. We will visit a goat cheese farm and taste their products and a mushroom museum with its underground cave restaurant. We will see a glass blower And, "Puy Du Fou" voted the world's best park is a must-see for an unforgettable journey. You will enjoy many of the 20 live shows on a 500-acre land of gorgeous nature.

Lots of Loire Valley wineries produce unique wines, and many Chateaux like Chenonceau, Cheverny, and their gardens. The city of Angers holds the most tapestry-covered walls and Nantes, the 2nd most "green" city in France must be viewed, along with a lunch on a cruising boat.

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Bordeaux Oenophile Tour
Only 10 Seats Left!

Friday, April 26 to Sunday, May 5th, 2024 

We will start in Bordeaux, home of so many exceptional wineries. On May 4th, our last day, we will witness, a one-of-a-kind festival of the wines of Saint Emilion, a real treat when 80 wine growers display their treasures along a wonderful dinner. Chateau Giscours, the third grand cru class since 1855 in Margaux will host us with a Michelin-quality luncheon after the tour of their winery and their boutique. Let's not miss a stop at Mademoiselle de Margaux, for their lovely chocolates. This TOUR includes the visit of the castle of the unforgettable Josephine Baker in Les Milandes, with the birds of pray live show plus the so unique Lascaux Caves and La Cite du Vin, a worldwide wine exhibit through 1000 years! There is so much more in these 10 days!

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