The Flavours of Europe are in the Air This Winter

Sip and taste your way around Europe and you'll discover delights from around the corner and across the world.

Mar 1, 2010

Whether you like your Zinfandels jammy or your Cabernets woodsy you’ll love the offerings at the French Wine Fair in Paris. Marvel at the varietals on display as winemakers and sommeliers from all corners of the world descend upon the city for a celebration of all things grape. And be sure to take part in the wine-tasting demonstrations. You’ll be able to appreciate the wines at the nightly gala that much more.

And when you’re ready for something with a little foam in it, the Guinness Storehouse at St. James Gate in Dublin is hallowed ground for everyone who has ever tasted the iconic dark ale. After you tour the Storehouse and learn to pour the perfect pint, try a dish or two that use Guinness as their primary ingredient.

To help you taste your way through Europe, we have wonderful offers in all the most delectable places.

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Budapest: Coffeehouse hopping
Coffee culture has been thriving in Budapest since the early 1900’s. Savour a cup at one of the many iconic coffeehouses around the city. Visit the site.

Florence: The Taste of Florence
(13 – 15 March)
At the Taste of Florence in the Stazione Leopolda, the flavours of the region come to life. Workshops, demonstrations and tastings are a must. Visit the site.

Hampshire: Winchester Farmers Market
It’s farmers market season in the English countryside. Find local and traditionally grown food and produce at the Winchester Farmers Market. Visit the site.

Lisbon: Fish and Flavours Festival
(10 – 18 April)

The Lisbon Fish and Flavours festival allows visitors to make and try innovative cuisine based on Portuguese favourites. Visit the site.

London: Become an Oyster Expert
Become an oyster expert with a masterclass at Le Bouchon Breton. Sample various oysters paired with Champagne, Tourraine and Entres deux Mers. Visit the site.

Prague: Prague Beer Festival
(14 – 30 May)

The Czech Beer Festival is truly gastronomical. Take in the sights, sounds and definitely the tastes of artisanal beer and delicious barbecue. Visit the site.


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