Burgundy is one of the jewels of French viticulture . It is also the second region in France if we look at Burgundy wine tourism…
“Let’s develop wine tourism in France”; this is what the newspaper Les Echos headlined in a column published in 2019. In the process of development,…
In the air, underground, it’s fun, unconventional and surprising. What if wine tourism was still full of surprises? When the wine is discovered through an unusual experience, it combines with unforgettable shared moments. Winalist has prepared a small selection of such experiences for unusual tourists who want to be challenge!
Come warm your heart with the abundance and the festive smells of the Alsatian Christmas markets! Over a weekend or during a short break, it is often difficult to choose from all the markets and villages to discover. Winalist gives you ITS selection of Alsatian Christmas markets by theme.
Organic wines, Biodynamic wines, natural wines… are you getting confused ? Winalist tells you everything about these new terms and the differences between the wines they label!
Beaujolais, or “bojo” [bɔʒo] for those in the know, is a wine whose name is very famous but whose taste is little-known. Furthermore, the full range of Beaujolais wines has only been apprehended by happy few insiders.
You may have seen this logo that shows a winemaker carrying his barrel of wine on his shoulder. It’s the symbol of the union of independent winemakers in France. Winalist is going to tell you about this key player of the French wine industry, that has dedicated to defend “authentic wines and personalities” for almost 40 years
More than 3% of the French population is vegetarian. Less but increasingly numerous, vegans have an even more restricted diet. They only eat food from the plant world – they excluded honey, eggs or milk, for example.
Le domaine nous a ouvert ses portes à Damery, commune située une dizaine de kilomètres d’Epernayafin de participer à une journée particulière: une journée vendanges! En arrivant dans la cour du domaine, nous apercevons la superbe bâtisse qui renferme les secrets de la création de ce champagne d’exception. Nous sommes accueillis par Betrand Lhopital, directeur de la maison J de Telmont depuis 20 ans et Philippe Manfredini, Directeur Commercial.