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Toulouse: Wine Bar Walking Tour with a Local Wine Expert

1. Toulouse: Wine Bar Walking Tour with a Local Wine Expert

Kick your evening off in style with this fun and intimate wine bar tour that celebrates the tradition of “apéro,” when friends come together for pre-dinner drinks and nibbles, while exploring the wine regions of Toulouse. We'll explore some of the coolest wine bars in the Toulouse city center and discover the little-known wine regions of SW France. Learn wine tasting techniques in a fun and relaxed atmosphere where questions are encouraged! We'll taste the unique grape varieties like Négrette, Mauzac, or Braucol, while savoring locally-sourced charcuterie and cheeses. Guided by a certified French Wine Scholar, you'll develop your wine vocabulary and increase your confidence so you know what you like and are comfortable ordering wine in any situation. Then you can continue your own wine adventures with a post-tour email list of the wines we tasted, the locations visited, and other helpful resources!

Toulouse: Victor Hugo Market Guided Food Tour with Tastings

2. Toulouse: Victor Hugo Market Guided Food Tour with Tastings

Explore Toulouse's largest covered market with a local foodie! We've learned the secrets of French market shopping so that we can share them with you. On this tour, you'll get a taste of local life in Toulouse as you discover local wines and cheeses, learn how to spot a good baguette, sample unique local specialties, and encounter passionate local artisans and businesses. You'll soon be eating your way through market staples like chocolatines (not pain au chocolate!), traditional baguettes, the only farm-to-counter foie gras in the market, cheese from a fromager-affineur (and learning what those words mean!), some of the best charcuterie in Toulouse, and more. Some items we'll taste immediately, but others go into our market basket for our final destination: a specially-reserved "tonneau" at a wine seller in the market, where we'll pair our finds with local wines made from obscure grape varieties. We finish on a sweet note with some locally-produced dessert. No need for lunch afterwards! Along the way, you’ll learn about food and market history, get tips for finding the best products, cultural lessons (French toasting etiquette, anyone?), and context for what you’re tasting. Afterwards, you'll get a detailed email recap, as well as other personalized resources and recommendations so that you can continue your own gourmet adventures! We'll be eating on our feet, as there is no seating in the market - so wear comfortable clothing and shoes and be prepared to stand/walk the whole time. Please alert us at least 24 hours in advance if you have food allergies or don't drink alcohol.

Languedoc: Tour and Tasting at Domaine de Baronarques

3. Languedoc: Tour and Tasting at Domaine de Baronarques

Dive into centuries of winemaking tradition with a tour of the Domaine de Baronaques. Acquired by Baroness Philippine de Rothschild and her 2 sons in 1998, the vineyard has been in existence since the 17th century, when it was under the possession of the Abbey de Saint-Polycarpe. Across over 270 acres of lush vineyards, experience the raw materials that coalesce to form a wine celebrated across the globe. After arrival at the vineyard, you'll tour the vat-house and barrel-room where wines are fermented and aged, and see the 19th-century French Château, nestled into a tree-covered hill. After the tour, you will have the opportunity to taste the 3 wines produced at the Domaine de Baronaques: Grand Vin Rouge, La Capitalle de Baronarques, and Grand Vin Blanc.

Toulouse: Traditional Food Group Walking Tour

4. Toulouse: Traditional Food Group Walking Tour

Toulouse is one of the most beautiful cities in France. With its particular architecture, the pink building we call Toulouse The Pink city. The most famous places are Cathedrale Saint-Sernin, Canal du Midi and the Capitole. Also we like Toulouse for sport rugby. Our Food Tour will introduce you to typical South West food as well as South West wine. You’ll get to see the most central parts of the city, the one you can’t miss, but you’ll also get more secret tips from a local guide. Foie gras emblem of area The gastronomical symbol of the region : Cassoulet, the famous dish (duck beans and sausage); Sausage of Toulouse with mashed potatoes. South West wine, because the region is famous for its numerous vineyards. Product with Violet : Chocolate, cake, candy, Tea. The Violet is one of the culinary specialties of Toulouse.

Toulouse Food & History Tour with a Chef

5. Toulouse Food & History Tour with a Chef

Welcome to our Food & History Tour, a 3-hour small-group culinary journey designed to introduce you to the unique tastes of Southwestern French cuisine. Led by an award-winning Spanish chef de cuisine, this gastronomic stroll delves into the heart of this region's food culture. With us, you'll get to sample the best of Toulouse - from freshly-baked goods and aromatic cheeses to delicious charcuterie, traditional recipes, and local wines. Our tour is not just about indulgence; it's an edible history lesson. As we wander through the picturesque neighborhoods of Carmes and Saint-Etiénne, we'll share fascinating food-related tales and historical anecdotes dating back from the Roman era to the Middle Ages and through to modern times. Come, and embark on a journey where history and gastronomy fuse to create an unforgettable exploration of Toulouse's rich culinary and cultural heritage. Itinerary: 1. Rue Maletache: Discover the origins of Toulouse's 1463 big fire that started at a boulangerie, paired with a taste of the city's most iconic baked good. 2. Place du Salin: Step into the past at the southern gate of Roman Tolosa and the Royal Saltworks. Discuss salt's medieval significance and savor renowned Noir de Bigorre Pork PDO charcuterie. 3. Marché de Carmes: Trace the evolution of a Carmelite convent turned car park, and delve into a premier covered market to sample three raw-milk artisanal cheeses. 4. Bar a Vin: Enjoy a pit stop at a wine shop to sip on the region's sparkling white wine, boasting a history that outdates champagne by 150 years. 5. Place de la Trinité: Dive deep into tales of heresy, inquisition, and religious crimes through the Calas Gate, which ended up with the execution of an innocent man, followed by a sampling of the finest pâté en croûte in the vicinity. 6. Cathédrale de Saint-Etiénne: Marvel at the eclectic architecture of this unique cathedral and end on a sweet note with Toulouse's most decadent dessert from an emblematic pâtisserie. *Depending on the shops' opening hours, the day of the week, and the season, we might take some delightful detours. But worry not – with the Toulouse Food & History Tour deliciousness is guaranteed no matter the route!

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Fabulous afternoon at the vineyard! The staff were all so helpful and informative not to mention the wine was delicious!!

it was very interesting. a great guide. We recommend