POULTRY AND SAINT-POURCAIN WINE FROM AUVERGNE
The best products of French gastronomy
An episode from the series FRENCH DELICATESSEN
Since the Middle Ages, a wine that used to accompany royal meals has been produced by the river Allier; it is called the Saint-Pourçain. Corinne Laurent, a winegrower, tells us about it.
Further south, Christian Mathinier is a pioneer in the breeding of Auvergne farm hens.