Loving the night of Beaujolais Nouveau in Paris is like loving country music. One is constantly obliged to explain oneself. No other genre of wine has been so rightly derided by the international wine press for its superficiality. And yet, as in country music, there remain practitioners of the form whose work attains a sublime simplicity, particularly when experienced in the correct context. In Paris, at the right party, Beaujolais Nouveau is a transcendental event, a cross between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve, the one night of the year when an otherwise reserved and miserly population abandons its dime-sized, forward-facing café tables to stand around and sing and offer cheers to strangers.
Activities for Food Lovers
Musée de Camembert (in Vimoutiers)
Delicious Normandy Food Tours (in Bayeux)
Le Vauban (in Port-en-Bessin-Huppain)
Auberge le Clos Saint Julien (in Saint-Julien-sur-Calonne)
Manoir de la Drôme (in Balleroy)
Restaurant La Sapinière (in Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer)
La Rotonde (in Port-en-Bessin-Huppain)
Cheese & Dairy
La Fromagerie Graindorge (in Livarot)
Coopérative Isigny Sainte-Mère (in Isigny-sur-Mer)
La Fromagerie de Bayeux (in Bayeux)
Wine & Cider
The most frequently asked questions about our food tours, all answered for you.
The lobster party at Spring has become a summer tradition, and it's happening again today through Saturday.