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Become a member of our Bordeaux Wine Club today, for free, no strings attached! Back in 2017 we created the Bordeaux Wine Club for our guests who wanted our help to choose and buy great Bordeaux wines ; we know how challenging it can be to select great bottles, find older vintages and rare bottles, understand the labels, the terroirs

What is the ideal pairing for Sauternes wines? In Bordeaux, this liquid gold has traditionally been enjoyed as an aperitif in place of Champagne. Alternatively, it has been oft presented alongside Foie Gras. However, it can easily be paired with other foods: blue cheeses, warm roasted chicken, gamey meats – veal, rabbit, duck – and buttery vegetables. These salty, buttery foods will balance out the sweetness of the wine with traditional French style. Now, if you want to try something more experimental, explore Thai or Chinese foods, whose spices will match the undertone spices of the wine: the complexity of flavors and aromas combine and delight. The floral intensity works well

For this recipe, you will need the following:  2 CamembertsToasted bread Pepper  Recommended toppings: HoneyGreen saladAppleBacon How to bake your Camembert?  First, you have to remove the cheese from its paper and cut a piece of baking paper the same size as the cheese paper. Then, put the baking paper into the original Camembert box and return the cheese to the box.  Make a cross on top of the Camembert and any toppings of your choice. Bake for 20 minutes in a preheated oven at 350F.  Serve it immediatly and bon appétit!  With the Camembert, enjoy a glass (or more

You've probably heard about Saint-Emilion, one of the most famous wine appellations in the world. But do you know about its full and intriguing history? Keep reading for the hidden details of Saint-Emilion… Saint Emilion is a village of about 2000 people, 45 min away from Bordeaux. Perched on a rocky promontory, Saint Emilion and its vineyard derive their uniqueness from the limestone, which offers exceptional soils to its vines.  The name Saint Emilion comes from the eighth century when a Breton named Émilion, born in Vannes and famous for his miracles, decides to leave his homeland to retire and devote himself to prayer. Moving along the Atlantic coast, he became

How to get a French Health Pass FRENCH HEALTH PASS – It is now necessary to have a French pass while traveling in France. All information on the link to get a health pass with QR code. As soon as the application has been processed, the QR code will be sent by e-mail. The code can then be printed out and presented on paper or electronically and will have no expiry date. Alternatively, please note that you can receive a COVID certificate which is valid for 72 hours with a negative COVID test result.Antigen tests can be done quite easily in many pharmacies (29€/person).

When NYC Tastes blogger writes about her private wine tour with Bordeaux With Elodie… Cheers! Day two of the Bordeaux wine tour was also my birthday and it was absolutely perfect.   We began in St. Emilion; an amazing medieval town on the Right Bank of Bordeaux with breathtaking views from every angle and one of our favorite winery’s of the trip Chateau Guadet.  This small vineyard is one of only two wineries in the heart of St. Emilion and owned by the famous Petrus wine family.   The vineyard consists of 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Franc grapes, merlot being the prominent grape grown on most Right Bank properties. We started our

Bordeaux- Chateau Paloumey, Le Saint Julien & Chateau Mouton Rothschild & by NYC Tastes In order to get the full Bordeaux experience, we booked a two day wine tour through Bordeaux with Elodie. Our fantastic guide Lea picked us up at our place each morning then drove us to various wineries beginning with Chateau Paloumey on the Left Bank. This small winery has had a long history in the Medoc region however it wasn’t all wonderful.  Back in the 1950’s the original owners abandoned the vineyard due to rising costs and it wasn’t until 1990 when it was purchased by the Cazeneuve family that it became a fully functioning winery once again.

and it feels so good! We are so grateful to have had a few tours lately! In this chaotic year some of you have been lucky enough to be able to travel… and we are so happy to be back on the road, doing what we love! Check out shots of our latest wine tours in our gallery and start planning your Bordeaux visit with Bordeaux With Elodie. Don’t forget to subscribe to our Youtube channel for virtual winery visits and Bordeaux updates. Stay safe and healthy!We can’t wait to see you in Bordeaux!Elodie

As you know, we offer lunch at a gastronomic or a gourmet restaurant close to the vineyard of your choice… but did you know you could also go for a picnic?At this time of the year, the weather is perfect in Bordeaux! Warm (but not too much) and sunny! What better option than to take this chance to enjoy this weather in some beautiful French vineyards? Don't worry; it's not just a simple sandwich… no, it's much fancier than that! We'll have the classic picnic stuff, fresh cheeses, duck foie gras, rillettes, smoked duck breast, sardines, organic chips, tapenades etc., all locally produced, of course! The estate wine is

Travel to France (again !) Bonjour,We hope you are enjoying summer.Here are updates on France’s government-issued COVID-19 regulations :From July 21All visitors age 18+ must present proof of COVID non-contamination to enter any cultural venue that accommodates 50+ people (Cultural venues include: theaters, cinemas, museums, theme parks, festivals & concert halls).From August 1The above applies also to cafes, bars & restaurants (including terraces), shopping malls, hospitals, retirement homes, planes, trains.From August 30The above applies to teens age 12-17.The pass must prove one of the 3 following items :That you are fully vaccinated (with an EMA-approved vaccine):2 weeks after the second shot for two-shot vaccines ;4 weeks after the shot

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