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Christmas special Issue 27

Come to France through the pages of The Good Life France Magazine... Discover: Provence, the hidden gems and most beautiful villages, French Alps, UNESCO listed Rocamadour... recipes and giveways, guides and an interview with international best-selling Kate Mosse who shares her favourite places in France...

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Along the beautiful Southern Slope of the plateau, we find Château de Candale a property once belonging to the Count of Candale, a descendant of King Edward III of England. Today this is the hub of four châteaux, two Saint Émilion Grand Crus (Château de Candale and Château Roc de Candale) and two Grand Cru Classés (Château La Commanderie and Clos des Jacobins), a restaurant, and a wine shop where you can taste and buy from all four of these properties. They also start and conclude tours and their tastings here for the other châteaux. This is a good food and wine center where you can spend the day and discover how the Queen of Merlot expresses itself differently from four different properties. It is a beautiful environment dining here at L’Atelier de Candale. Inside is filled with window-lined walls allowing natural light to flow in and for the eyes to take in the views. Outside is spectacular, overlooking the vineyards, forest and valley, under a large designer canopy. This is the place for the ultimate food and wine experience even more so because the owners make gastronomy a key focus of their business.

Exploring wine regions - Bordeaux, France This is just scratching the surface of all there is to enjoy Saint-Émilion. Michael's book Exploring Wine Regions – Bordeaux France covers 100 pages on this region in its 494 pages on Bordeaux. It is not just a guide to some of the region’s most extraordinary vineyards. His passion for Bordeaux and Saint-Émilion goes far beyond the vines. Queen of grapes, and which wines you love the most. There are nearly 1,000 color photographs captured over three years studying Bordeaux, giving you a spectacular visual experience of the region and its wineries. You will discover the inside stories and information, including names, addresses, emails, websites, and maps so you can plan an extraordinary experience for yourself. Find more information at ExploringWineRegions.com. Win a copy of Exploring wine Regions Bordeaux France. See page 58 Within the pages, you will learn why Cabernet is the King and Merlot is the 1