Wining & Dining

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Voor de wijn- en fijnproever...

In 56 BC the first grapevines were planted and the province was given the nickname Little Rome. In 1308 not less than 100.000 barrels, equalling 85 million liters of wine were exported to England! Visiting one of the regions many vineyards is therefore a must do:

Sauterne, St. Emilion, Saint Estèphe, Pauillac, Saint Julien, Margaux, Pomerol or closer to les Amis: Le Château Montdoyen in Bergerac, Le Château Lamartine in Soturac, Domaine Mouthes le Bihan in Cahors, St Jean de Duras, Domaine de la Rectorie in Banyuls-sur-mer, Les vignerons de Duras or the Château de Monbazillac and the Vignerons Buzet.

here to download a map of the vineyards.

For gastronomic dining, visit
La Table des Sens, Le Margoton, Mariottat, Trama, Le Tour des Vents and restaurant Etincelles.

If you enjoy cooking, you may prefer to go to the various markets where you can find a wealth of fresh ingredients:

Weekly markets

Cancon & Miramont de Guyenne
Castillones, Beaumont & Villeneuve sur Lot
Bergerac, Sarlat & Casseneuil
Monflaquin, Monpazier, Libos & Eymet
Le Buisson de Cadouin
Villeréal, Beaumont & Villefranche du Périgord