Gastronomes won’t want to miss the 19th edition of the Mer et Vigne gastronomic fair later this month.
Head to the Zénith in Strasbourg from April 21 to April 24 to meet almost 200 producers and artisans who are keen to share their expertise alongside a taste of the best French gastronomy has to offer.
As well as French culinary experts, the fair will also feature producers from Greece, Italy, Spain and Portugal to add a true international flavour.
The exhibitors will cover all areas of gastronomy, including apéritifs such as Alsatian fruit eaux-de-vie, blackcurrant wines and ‘Chocolate in a Bottle’ Chardonnay with a Belgian chocolate essence.
- The Baron’s Blog: Eau-de-vie 101 – similarities and differences between Armagnac, Cognac and Calvados
- Gourmet hall set for Strasbourg train station market
- Alsace winemaker produces booze-free wine
The Breton Fish Company will delight fish fans, or you may wish to explore the cheeses and charcuterie of Auvergne and Aubrac. Ravioles, walnuts, honey, almond pastes… the mouthwatering selection of delights on offer is endless.
There are five dining areas as well, which are sure to satisfy your taste buds, with options including Le Neptune for fish, Breton galettes, and oysters from the Bassin d’Arcachon.
And last but not least, a new ‘drive wine’ service means you can buy from your favourite winemakers and arrange to collect your haul at the entrance, where staff will pop it straight in your boot for you. What more could you ask for?
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