Off we toddled around the numerous stalls full of culinary delights, cheeses, saucisse, chocolates, breads and Confitures along with delicious Wines and Brandy's. As hubby was driving it was down to me to do most of the tasting, well the alcohol, I didn't find that too difficult :-) We did actually make some Wine and Brandy purchases, mainly Christmas Gifts. We also tasted some Vinaigrettes , which were unusual, but a great idea as they came in a spray to spray on Salads and meats. So I will be looking forward to trying those.
We noticed in the big hall where the Fair was held, that they had a local restaurant come in and do a lunch, it looked really lovely, set out with white linen and napkins. We thought it would be quite nice to try the food, so promptly went in for our lunch. 3 course meal for €19, we thought was excellent value. We got chatting away to some French people sat next to us, very jolly people and very friendly, that friendly we got invited to a party in December but unfortunately we are in the UK, otherwise we would have gone. They even offered us a glass of wine from their bottle, as they said it was friendly....that it was.
The food was really delicious, and we had some very pleasant company.
Overall a very lovely way to spend a wet Saturday....