No need to say that I met lovely people (winemakers must simply belong to the most unpretentious and nicest people on earth), ate amazing food (nothing beats a duck and gâteau basque therapy every once in a while), tasted some delicious wines, and took many shots!
|Puy l’Evêque, near Cahors|
|I considered for a minute sitting there for ever after and not getting on the plane back to London (Domaine Causse Marines)|
|Ham and wine anyone? (Domaine Plageoles)|
|Gaillac, view from Domaine Plageoles|
|Marc Penavayre, Château Plaisance, Fronton|
|Tasting wine in the shade of a tree at Domaine Causse Marines|
If you would like to discover more about South West France Wines in London, why don't you go to The Maison des Vins du Sud-Ouest at Comptoir Gascon, where you get to sample different wines for free everyday when having lunch and dinner.
Or go and spend a day at The Wine Gang Fairs (London, Bath, Edinburgh) and look out for The South West France Wines tables and masterclasses!
Special discount for Pauline à la crème anglaise's followers!
Type in the code BLOG40 when getting your tickets for The Wine Gang Fairs from here and get your entry ticket for only £12 (instead of £20) and get 10% of any masterclass.
For more information on South West France Wines : www.southwestfrancewines.co.uk
Thank you to believe in french South West Wines. Your pictures are beautifulReplyDelete
Beautiful shots ;-)ReplyDelete
Hi Pauline. Next trip in South West come and see us ,"bassin d Arcachon" oysters and white Bordeaux are so fantastic.....and we are so proud about our wines from Medoc ,a few miles from here ....Chrisboy33ReplyDelete