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Wine & Dine in Périgord

by Bert Schwarz

The Périgord is famous for its geese, ducks and truffles. And it is a region of excellent wines.

We have saved the truffle-issue for a later date. But we had the opportunity to visit a winemaker at the grape harvest and a poultry farmer who also produces the French institution Fois Gras.

Wine & Dine in Dordogne-Périgord

Story, Camera, Editor : Bert Schwarz

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Dordogne-Périgord
Bergerac
In the city center the walls are old and the people young.
Château de Beynac
Discover history in one of the most authentic medieval fortresses.
Château de Castelnaud
The oldest documents mention the castle in the 13th century, where it played a role in the Albigensian crusade.
Château des Milandes
Home of Josephine Baker.
Château-Court-les-Mûts
Top wine from Périgord Purpre.
Domain de Barbe
Fois Gras, a regional specialty known beyond the borders.
Gouffre de Proumeyssac
The cave is called Crystal Cathedral because of its huge underground vault.
Grotte de Tourtoirac
The Tourtoirac cave is also called the geological pearl of the Périgord.
Hôtel de Dieu
in Hautefort contains a remarkable collection of medical equipment.
La ferme de la Brunie
is a farm where modern technology is used for the welfare of the animals.
La Gare - Espace Robert Doisneau
presents an outstanding collection of the photographic art of Robert Doisneau.
La Roque de St. Christophe
A limestone rock inhabited for 55,000 years.
Lascaux II
Palaeolithic cave paintings: Works by unknown artists who worked here up to 20,000 years ago.
Musée National de Préhistoire
The museum is home to exceptional collections of human history dating back over 400,000 years.
Périgueux
is located on the banks of the Isle river, where originally Gauls had settled.
Sarlat-la-Canéda
is the cultural and culinary epicenter of the Dordogne.
Vélorail du Périgord Vert
is like riding a pedalo - but on tracks.