WHAT I OFFER
All we need is Love, Chocolate and Wine… and maybe a little nap too.
On the walking food tour we visit small, local producers of fabulousness for your tasting fun and discovery. And uniquely to my food tour, I also share a number of entertaining and intriguing historical stories of Carcassonne.
My delicious, fun and award winning Chocolate & Wine Tasting Food Tour of Carcassonne takes place in the lower newer town (1200's) called La Bastide Saint-Louis, the main central commercial hub of Carcassonne (La Centre Ville), not within the medieval fortified town of La Cité. La Bastide Saint-Louis has a fascinating story all of its own.
Chocolate & Wine Tasting Food Tours can be arranged Tuesday to Saturday only. Unfortunately, I am not able to offer tours on Sundays and Mondays due to shop closing days.
Walking Food Tours are only suited to those 18 years and over, as we spend a good deal of time tasting and discussing wines from this region. They are not oriented to families with children under the age of 18.
Chocolate & Wine Tasting
09:00am Start Time
1:30pm approximate Finish Time
Available Tuesday to Saturday only - Closed Sundays and Mondays
A non-refundable deposit is required to hold places (Deposits will be refunded in the event of cancellations due to COVID19 Travel restrictions)
Chocolate & Wine Tasting samples are included in the price as well as a generous sampling of delicious savoury delights
Shop discounts where available
** Due to tour costs, 2 people only tours are initially priced at €95 per person. If more people join your tour, the price drops down to €85. Group tours of 6 or more people are priced at €75 per person
Private Tours can be arranged. Fees vary. Please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
“His lips drink water but his heart drinks wine.”
Due to COVID-19 participants may still be required to bring and wear a face mask, except of course when tasting. (Even if you have been fully vaccinated). Tours observe physical distancing rules of a minimum 1 meter whenever possible. The shops we visit should follow all current French government required protocols of safety.