Similar to the Salon des Vignerons, this annual exposition was equally impressive, with winemakers, artisans, and culinary specialists all enticing visitors to taste and sample their wares. Held over a five-day period at the l’Hippodrome/racetrack in Cagnes-sur-Mer, the event hosts regional productors from all over France.
Of course, my first stop was at one of the champagne stands, where I sampled their Brut Rosé – it was miam-miam! Foie gras, super-size cheeses, meats and sausages of every kind, olives, nougat, macaroons, oysters, and cassoulet were on display in the pavillon – a feast for the eyes, as well as for the tastebuds – Bon Appétit!
I think I would eat and drink there till I would burst :o) oh the chest nuts, it’s the perfect time!
Thanks & too bad they don’t do doggy bags in France 🙂
Wow! Love the street name and the Kit de Survie– miam-miam indeed! Tout a coup, j’ai faim…
Thanks – we all need a survival kit! 🙂
Nice! And some taste-provoking photos too.