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Napoleon Tinqueux festival in Reims

Photo credit - Rencontres Napoléoniennes de Brienne-le-Château, Jean-Marc Livet

Who? City of Tinqueux What? History buffs should head to Tinqueux this April where, to mark the 200th Anniversary of Napoleon's French campaign in 1814, the city is hosting re-enactments of the Battle of Reims. During the two day festival, there will be a torchlight procession, parade, brass band, sound and

Le Meurice introduces ‘Les Lundis Musicaux’ Package

Who? Le Meurice What? Le Meurice has recently unveiled their new Les Lundis Musicaux package taking place on Mondays until June. The package includes VIP concert tickets and special post-event cocktail receptions at Le Théâtre du Palais Royal as well as one night's accommodation and breakfast. Prices start from €1,025. When? Various

Crossing borders at Riberach

Who? La Coopérative at Riberach Hotel What? With almost nothing around for miles except vineyards, Riberach is surely one hotel restaurant that focuses on wine. While the wine list is considered, the food is equally refined. With a focus on local produce, the well structured French fare also takes influences from

The Drink Aristocrat’s guide to: Bollinger

The House of Bollinger is very sophisticated indeed. With some of the most delicate and decadent sparkling wines from the Champagne region in their arsenal, there is little wonder. Affectionately known in the UK as ‘Bolly’, the Bollinger story begun over 400 years ago when one of the founding families of