38th edition of the Gastronomic Festival V&G in Grasse

38th Wines & Gastronomy Gastronomic Festival at La Bastide Saint-Antoine and the launch of Issue 204 in the presence of more than 20 chefs and around ten wine and champagne producers.

Grasse, France - June 11, 2023: 38th Festival Gastronomique by V&G magazine at Relais &Chateaux La Bastide Saint Antoine with Chef Jacques Chibois and other french Chefs. Copyright: Mandoga Media

Jacques Chibois, owner of the Bastide Saint-Antoine à Grasse. Copyright: Mandoga Media

Jacques Chibois, owner of the Bastide Saint-Antoine à Grasse, has always been a good host. This time, too, he invited the editors of the gourmet magazine „Vins & Gastronomie“ to his residence in Grasse. Business partners and guests of the „V & G Magazines“ publishing group were able to try out a wide variety of culinary delights in a pleasant summer atmosphere.
The 2023 summer season has also started in the Bastide Saint Antoine in Grasse. Copyright: Mandoga Media

Here are some of the exhibiting gastronomic businesses and service providers who presented their products to the invited guests behalf he invitation of the magazine „Vins & Gastronomie“:
Mrs. Christine Giraudeau presented a wide range of champagnes from Domaine Thomas Cheurlin. Copyright: Mandoga Media

For example, here is a selection of the Esprit Innovation, Premium and Tradition brands: Cuvée Les Ambassadeurs, Cuvée Blanc de Noirs Brut Nature, Cuvée RESERVE Auguste Escoffier.
Champagne Comte de Cheurlin. Copyright: Mandoga Media

Of course, the hotel and restaurant business of the Bastide Saint-Antoine continued during the event, after all the summer season 2023 has just started and the guests are looking forward to relaxed and sunny days in Grasse.
Antonius Caviar was proud to have an Exhibition Stand at the Event, they added: „Our production of Antonius Caviar takes place in the most modern processing plant of its kind in the world, in compliance with rigorous standards“. Copyright: Mandoga Media

The new V&G Magazine contains the following:
On the front page: Meeting with Dimitri Droisneau ***, in his Villa Madie
Starred menu: Cook like a chef
File: Wines & Gastronomy gives pride of place to Rosés: more than 300 champagnes and wines tasted by the committee led by Julia & Bruno Scavo
Gastronomy: Trends and novelties from the Capital
Oenology: The great Bordeaux receive us great report Julia Scavo
News: the 10 most beautiful SPAS in France
Chronicles: The life of Châteaux, La Bastide Saint Antoine, a jewel in Provence
Vineyard destination: Fronsac and Canon Fronsac, the expression of passion for vines and wine by Bruno Scavo
Wine tourism: viticulture and gastronomy the new attractions of the Costa Brava
Discover Dubai: chic and trendy addresses in the city of excess
Escape: Imperial Marrakech
Karim Rossignol from AV Systems was introducing compact BBQ Grills made from Steel. Copyright: Mandoga Media

To discover in kiosks, in delivery to your home and in the online store https://www.vinsetgastronomie.com/boutique-en-ligne/vg-204/
Stéphane Vignon from Champagne Vignon Père & Fils was also present during the Evening. Copyright: Mandoga Media

If somebody wants to visit Grasse and the beautiful Bastide Saint-Antoine, here a some Keyfacts for reaching it:
By car:
From Nice, Aix en Provence at 1h15, Marseille at 1h30 take the A8 motorway (direction CANNES), and take the “CANNES” exit. At the roundabout, take the direction „GRASSE“ by the expressway. When you are on the expressway, drive until the end of it, be careful not to exit at „GRASSE – Sud“.
At the end of the “fast lane”, you come to a roundabout; take the 1st right, direction “SAINT-ANTOINE”. Then, 100 m further down before the „STADE PERDIGON“ roundabout, 1st right, you will be on the „Chemin des Castors“, direction „LA BASTIDE SAINT ANTOINE“.
Continue straight ahead, follow the uphill road, you will pass in front of “La Chapelle Saint Antoine”, then the schools. At this point, you will be on Avenue “Henri Dunant”. Go up there for 500 m, and the entrance to La Bastide will be on your left in an olive grove.
The gardens of the Bastide Saint-Antoine in Grasse. Copyright: Mandoga Media

By train:
From Grasse train station: 5 minutes by car.
From Cannes train station: 20 minutes by car Taxis are available at the station. We remain at your disposal to make a reservation in advance.
French Chef Jacques Chibois welcomes you at his „Bastide Saint-Antoine“. Copyright: Mandoga Media

By plane:
Nice Côte d’Azur International Airport
Many taxis are available at the airport. We remain at your disposal to make a reservation in advance. We advise you to allow around 30 minutes for the journey.
Cannes-Mandelieu private airport: 15 min journey.

More Infos: https://www.jacques-chibois.com/