France’s famed Champagne region is beloved worldwide for its wine, bubbles, and incomparably talented craftspeople. Visiting the area’s four Relais & Châteaux properties is a delicious way to experience the elements of this effervescent land.
Cooking over an open fire is as old as humanity’s mastery of fire itself, dating back some 400,000 years. Each region of the world – and indeed nearly every country – has its own tradition and its own distinctive name for it. Time to travel from braai to churrasco and from bulgogi to binchotan.
United Nations World Oceans Day, celebrated on June 8, is designed to raise public awareness about the importance of better managing the oceans and their resources.
Michel Guérard no longer needs any introduction. Since the passing of Paul Bocuse, he and Pierre Troisgros are the last remaining activists of the great revolution of French chefs. At a lively 86 years of age, he remains a determined campaigner for healthy cuisine that could change the world.
As a little boy, Hugo Roellinger listened eagerly to the bedtime stories told by his father, Olivier Roellinger, a former three-star chef and Vice President of Relais & Châteaux. Former sailor, Hugo returned to world of cooking at Le Coquillage, the Michelin-starred family restaurant in Cancale.