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June 2016
 Frog, pubs and brewery
News
June 10, 2016
Since years Frog pubs are known for their excellent craft beers made on site and in the chain’s brewery located in Saint-Denis, near Paris. The brewery just released two new tasty and refreshing beers[...]
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 Subtle rosé
News
June 19, 2016
Made from Grenache, Cinsault and Rolle grapes, Solstice is a light-colored Côtes de Provence rosé yet well balanced and complex that develops white fruits flavors with a peach finish. Perfect for summ[...]
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May 2016
 Tall ships in Brest
Family Outings
May 18, 2016
The city of Brest hosts an International Maritime Festival gathering thousands of sailors and ships from all over the world. Beautiful tall ships will dock in the port and regattas, exhibitions, sea s[...]
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December 2015
 New Crémant from Savoy
News
December 17, 2015
From now all sparkling wines from Savoy region but those from Seyssel and Ayze appellations will be called Crémant instead of Mousseux, Petillant or Methode Traditionnelle and have been awarded an AOP[...]
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August 2015
 Carpooling for art lovers
News
August 13, 2015
Monuments and cultural festivals are not always easily accessible by public transport. But, now, art lovers without a vehicle have another option. A website named “Covoiture Art” indeed connects drive[...]
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July 2015
 Discounts in Lorraine
Bargains
July 08, 2015
The Lorraine Tourist Office now offers a “Pass Lorraine” made up of vouchers entitling the holders to discounts or gifts in about 160 museums, monuments, restaurants, gardens, adventure parks and so o[...]
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April 2015
 Different styles of Corbières wines
News
April 15, 2015
Red wines from the Corbières appellation are more diverse in style than most people think. Here is a representative selection. - Full body, well rounded, complex and well balanced wines with black fr[...]
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October 2014
 Eiffel Tower’s glass floor
News
October 28, 2014
As part of its refit, the 57 meters high first floor of the Eiffel Tower now boasts a glass floor on which visitors can walk and look down through. In addition, floor-to-ceiling glass barriers tilting[...]
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 Red wine for Autumn
News
October 30, 2014
A winery from the little-known Coteaux de Béziers IGP, the Domaine de la Barthe proves this appellation can gives great wines. Its Métamorphose, a blend of Syrah and Grenache is a full body, well bala[...]
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 Reopening of Picasso Museum
News
October 26, 2014
Located in a 17th century mansion in Paris's Le Marais district, Picasso Museum reopened on October 25th after five years of renovation works that have doubled its size. It now boasts 40 rooms and 3,7[...]
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August 2014
 Picpoul de Pinet, little-known white wines
News
August 03, 2014
Fresh, crispy, with a slightly mineral touch, with iodic and citrus notes, the dry white wines of the Picpoul de Pinet AOP are made from a single grape variety, the Picpoul. Perfect as an aperitif as [...]
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November 2013
 Chatus wines
News
November 23, 2013
A red grape variety indigenous of Ardèche, Chatus can give well-balanced, complex, quite tannic and yet fruity wines with a deep red color. Here are probably the three best presently on the market : [...]
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May 2013
 An armada of ships in Rouen
Family Outings
May 01, 2013
A must see event for ship enthusiasts, the Armada is held every four years in Rouen. During this 6th edition, tourists will be able to admire and visit at least forty-five modern and ancient ships. Nu[...]
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April 2013
 Festivities along the Alsatian Wine Road
Wine Tourism
April 29, 2013
Created in 1963, the Alsatian Wine Road turns sixty this year. A birthday marked by new tourism products and numerous events. One more reason to visit this region and discover its wines as well as its[...]
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September 2011
 A cultural journey around the world
Lifestyle
September 09, 2011
At the end of September and early October Paris will beat to the rhythms of foreign cultures. Forty-four cultural institutes will give visitors the chance to cross cultural lines and travel around the[...]
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