May 22nd 2014

A day’s hiking in glorious countryside is guaranteed to create a healthy appetite and our Walks feature the very best in local produce, beers and wines.
As the French would say what could be more ‘conviviale’ than sitting with old friends and new at a table in Alsace, experiencing the distinctive local cuisine?
The Walk follows part of the celebrated Alsace Route de Vins, through vineyards of Riesling, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir and Gewürztraminer grapes. After lunch in a typical local auberge, don’t miss the opportunity to taste the local Munster cheese.
In Wales, Pembrokeshire has been described as ‘a natural larder’ when it comes to the variety, quality and taste of its produce.
Fertile soil and a mild climate produce top quality beef and lamb, delicious dairy products, farm-fresh vegetables and sumptuous soft fruits, not forgetting plenty of local, traditionally brewed beers, while its spectacular coastline guarantees a feast from the sea.
There is an old Slovenian proverb that ‘love comes through the stomach’. The meeting place for gastronomic influences from the Mediterranean, the Alps and the Balkans, Slovenia is the place for fresh ingredients, tasty and succulent vegetables, salami sausages and smoked hams, savory white polenta, rich herbs and wild shoots.
Call Judy or Nancy in our Newport office to find out more about these special Walks on 1-800-249-4620.

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