With its meadows, quickset hedges, and white feathered flights, the Bresse bocage presides over the charm of the Bresse identity. This unique and endearing agrarian landscape bears witness to an age-old alliance between man and nature.
The Beaujolais Region
Beware a Beaujolais can hide many others! Although the very famous Beaujolais Nouveau's festive reputation is well established, this terroir has a total of 12 appellations, including no less than ten crus that contribute to its renown.
Dombes is a paradise for birds, carp and fishers! If this Eden inherited from the Middle Ages ensures an exceptional biodiversity balance, it also preserves the country culinary traditions.
Lyon's city situated at the rich culinary traditions crossroads was declared "Capital of gastronomy" in 1935 by the famous critic Curnonsky. Even today, eating well is an art, gastronomy an institution!
Pilat Vienne and Condrieu
Land of history, land of jazz, land of vineyards and gastronomy, Vienne region is all pleasures destination. When the chefs are at their pianos and swing to the sound of brass instruments, then it's time for taste, music and celebration!
Between canyons, underground caves and preserved areas, between chestnut groves, vineyards and perched villages, Ardèche region is very natural, rural, authentic and welcoming; a tasty land cultivating the art of living.
A land of abundance, Drôme offers its most delicious charms in abundance. Caillette de Chabeuil, ravioles and pogne from Romans, olive oil from Nyons, and picodon, truffles or lavender. Its riches diversity and quality make it a true land of Cocagne!