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When we find craftspeople whose products we fall in love with, someone adhering to the same principles as those dear to use, we recommend them to you here.
You have discovered them during our open days...
In the Languedoc garrigue, this family owned olive trees domain welcome you to share their passion for olive oil
Organic lamb and veal: The Verdin family settled at the Clavisy farm (Noyers-sur-Serein) at the end of the 17th century. They sell directly to the consumers
A 62 hectares domain on an old celtic road at the border of Morvan, they raise ducks to prepare delicious fat liver, preserves, and meals.
Outstanding cheeses, available here in Burgundy, at the marché des Halles Centrales in Dijon, and at the Marché Raspail in Paris
Saussages and other specialties, meat cuts from locally farmed animals
Sylvie LAGIER, produces burgundian saffron in Noiron sous Gevrey.
A producer of ormeaux, a rare shell fish, similar to abalone. Claire suggests our Bourgogne Hautes-Cotes de Nuits blanc (2007), very pleasant with pan seared ormeaux. Try also the Clou 34
Fruit and vegetable preserves from ingredients grown in the Alps, and cooked the traditional way in copper bassins.
Snail farming in Vernot (21)
You have appreciated Jane Norbury at our Open Days. Discover her work here at the Atelier des Neuf Portes à Changey (Saisy)
An artist that you met at the open doors. He designed the label for our Bourgogne Aligoté.
Heko is a photographer. He has shown his work at our open doors
Denis is a photographer. He has shown his work at our open doors
Discover the ceramic jewelries of Nadine Canivet in Comblanchien.
hand made soap issued from sustainable ingredients.
The shop AL-TERRE POTERIE in Saint-Cyprien sur Dourdou is where Anne-Laure manufactures clay pots and useful items
Equitable craftsmanship from Zimbabwe to decorate your surroundings in recycled metal animals.