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All we need is Love, Chocolate and  Wine… and maybe a little nap too.

Cocoa & Grapes food tour group tasting chocolates at Les Chocolats Philippe Boccardi

On the walking food tour you will visit small, local producers of fabulousness for your tasting fun and discovery. And uniquely to our food tour, we also share a number of entertaining and intriguing historical stories of Carcassonne.


Our 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, we are 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. 

the walls and towers of the medieval city of Carcassonne at sunset
Cocoa & Grapes food tour group enjoying their chocolate tasting at Patisserie BIMAS Carcassonne

Chocolate & Wine Tasting

Food Tour

  • 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. Private Group tours of 6 or more people can be priced at €75 per person

“His lips drink water but his heart drinks wine.”

E.E. Cummings

Due to COVID-19 participants may still wish to wear a face mask, except of course when tasting. However, this is no longer required. Tours observe physical distancing rules of a minimum 1 meter whenever possible. The shops we visit follow all current French government required protocols of safety, if there are any. 

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