Discover the Vallée de la Gastronomie of the Beaujolais Vineyards to Tournon-sur-Rhône, passing through the capital of gastronomy, Lyon.
Picnic and afternoon in the Beaujolais vineyards in Villefranche sur Saône
The Beaujolais winegrowers offer you the most beautiful place of their domains for rural lunches, including local products elaborated by local producers and Beaujolais wines.
Les Rendez-vous de Bobosse
In a clear and welcoming setting, our restaurant allows you to taste the authenticity of Beaujolais and Lyonnais specialities.
Gourmet Tours by Tasty Lyon
Why not discover Lyon differently? We offer gourmet tours to explore the heart of Lyon's gastronomy: anecdotes, recipes, stories and tastings! Discover all the flavours of Lyon!
Discovery of Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse
A genuine temple of French gastronomy, the kingdom of the finest regional products and a few restaurants and fishmongers. Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse, named in homage to the Chef of Chefs, who made them famous worldwide.
Opened on October 1st 2014, the Bouchon Sully is the new bouchon of the 6th arrondissement! Created by Julien Gautier, from Lyon (owner of M Restaurant) and Emmanuel Tachon-Foley, from Beaujolais, it started on a good footing.
Daniel et Denise Restaurant
In his authentic Lyonnais "bouchon" setting, Chef Joseph Viola, French craftsperson of the year, cultivates the art of Lyonnais cuisine centred on the product and the Lyonnais terroir in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
Wine cellar Chapoutier
The Wine Cellar M. CHAPOUTIER offers tastings, vineyard visits, introductory workshops, and bike rides to explore the vineyard. Hosted by our sommeliers, they will help you discover the values and soul of the House.
Cité du Chocolat Valrhona
Although chocolate is a product loved by all, it holds many mysteries. To reveal what lies behind a square of chocolate, Valrhona has created an interactive, multi-sensory discovery area, the heart of the Cité du Chocolat.
Aperitif on the water "wines and cheeses" along the Rhône - Terres de Syrah
Gourmet lovers, this evening is for you: come and discover the delicious world of wine and cheese pairing on board an elegant boat with a wooded interior!
Restaurant Chez Marius
Fac&Spera Hôtel&Spa, c’est la traduction d’un art de vivre ouvert à tous. Une invitation à découvrir ce que la Vallée du Rhône, terroir d’élection de vins mythiques, a de plus précieux. La convivialité, le partage laissent ici leur empreinte. L’idée maîtresse ? Le plaisir, la simplicité. Fac&Spera Hôtel&Spa est le lieu idéal pour se détendre tout en ayant la sensation d’être chez soi. Et découvrir l’Hermitage au rythme que l’on a choisi.
The Charm of Beaujolais Villages: Exploring the Beaujolais Road
Located in the heart of the Beaujolais region, Beaujolais Villages offers a charming and authentic experience for wine enthusiasts and travellers alike. Along the picturesque Beaujolais road, visitors can indulge in the rich heritage, stunning landscapes, and, of course, exquisite wines.
Discovering the Terroir: Beaujolais Villages Vineyards
The Beaujolais Villages region is known for its unique terroir, which lends distinct characteristics to its wines. The vineyards, spread across rolling hills, benefit from granite and clay soils, creating the perfect conditions for growing Gamay grapes, the hallmark of Beaujolais wines. The result is a range of vibrant, fruity, and approachable wines that are meant to be enjoyed in their youth.
Savouring Beaujolais Villages Wines: A Culinary Delight
Beaujolais Villages wines, with their lively red and juicy fruit flavours, offer a delightful expression of the region. They are known for their bright acidity and soft tannins, making them versatile and easy to pair with a variety of dishes. Whether you're savouring a glass with a plate of local charcuterie or relishing a romantic dinner, Beaujolais Villages wines are sure to please.
Distinguishing Beaujolais and Beaujolais Villages: Exploring AOCs
It's important to note the distinction between Beaujolais and Beaujolais Villages, two AOCs (Appellations d'Origine Contrôlée) within the broader Beaujolais vineyard. While both regions produce exceptional wines, there are subtle differences. Beaujolais Villages wines are crafted from grapes grown in designated superior vineyards, resulting in wines with enhanced quality and complexity compared to the broader Beaujolais appellation.
Exploring the Beaujolais Wine Route: Wine, Culture, and Nature
When exploring the Beaujolais Wine Route, wine enthusiasts can visit numerous vineyards and wineries, where they can immerse themselves in the winemaking process, enjoy tastings, and learn from passionate winemakers. Additionally, the region offers a plethora of activities, from hiking and biking through the scenic vineyards to discovering charming villages and savouring the local gastronomy.
Experience the Beauty: Beaujolais Villages and Beyond
In conclusion, a journey along the Beaujolais Road is a delightful adventure for wine lovers. Beaujolais Villages wines stand out with their distinctive characteristics, showcasing the true essence of the region. So, come and experience the beauty of the Beaujolais vineyards, indulge in its remarkable wines, and create lasting memories in this enchanting corner of France.
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