Chocolate works of art © Pierre Monetta Unmissable culinary events © Atout France - Cédric Helsly Sylvestre Wahid, rising star © Sylvestre Wahid Read more © Alain Doire/Bourgogne Tourisme Tasteful Burgundy Burgundy's reputation has crossed borders, notably because of its famous mustard, its snails and yes, its fine wines. Read more © AAPrA – Région Aquitaine Southwestern specialties Discover South Western cuisine, its foie gras, cassoulet, poule au pot and meat confit recipes that combine quality, authenticity and a true taste of the land. Read more © Atout France / Fotolia - photocrew Alsatian cuisine Savour Alsatian cuisine, renowned for its many family-style specialties and, yes, the Alsace Wine Route. Read more © OT d'Aix-en-Provence - Régis Cintas Flores Mediterranean dishes Provencal cuisine, centred on olive oil, fish, fine herbs and sun-filled fruits and vegetables, has that naturally delicious holiday smell. Read more © BERTHIER Emmanuel Brittany, a breath of fresh air Brittany is a land of multiple facets, known as much for its panoramic landscapes as for its culinary specialties. Read more © D.Drouet Specialties from the Atlantic Coast The Atlantic seaside and its well-known islands like Noirmoutier, Ré and Oléron boast a gastronomy that marries products of the sea and the soil. Read more © Atout France/Phovoir Corsican cuisine Corsican specialty meats, brocciu, canistrelli, maquis honey… Savour Corsica's terroir, a happy combination of authenticity and tradition. Read more © Savoie Mont Blanc /Chabance The culinary heritage of the French mountains From the Alps to the Pyrenees, and the Jura to the Auvergne, soups, cheeses and charcuterie take pride of place!