Our tours aren't like 'normal' tours. We live here and love this region and we share with you our passion for the local food and wine in the Dordogne.
Our tours are customised for small groups and we visit our personal favourite vineyards and restaurants - many of which you wont find in the guidebooks.
Led by Max, Duck & Truffle's multi-lingual sommelier, who is a long standing local resident with a wealth of knowledge and passion for local gastronomy and history, our tours are personalised to meet individual desires.
Our gourmet weekend prices start from €695. See below our accommodation options; view our tour latest tour dates and read our sample itinerary.
Interested? Contact us, for more information.
Duck & Truffle is proud to work with two local accommodations to bring you the option between the luxury of a Relais & Châteaux with on-site Michelin-starred restaurant or a chic picturesque converted water mill in a secluded valley. One in the heart of Tremolat, home to Duck & Truffle, the other only a five minute drive away in the medieval village of Paunat.
Le Vieux Logis, a beautiful Relais & Châteaux with Michelin-starred restaurant in the heart of Tremolat
This boutique hotel, recently featured in both the Daily Telegraph and Olive Magazine, is located in the picturesque riverside village of Trémolat, voted one of France’s 20 Best Kept Secrets. Steeped in charm and elegance, this 4-star family house is located on an estate that was previously dedicated to tobacco production. With its manor house, the former farm building, the outbuildings, and the gastronomic restaurant in the former tobacco drying house, Le Vieux Logis provides havens of tranquility where relaxation is just a way of life.
In 2015, Le Vieux Logis announced an exclusive collaboration with Duck & Truffle to provide a range of gourmet getaways.
Le Mouline Neuf, a converted French mill-house in a secluded valley close to Paunat village
The English proprietor, Robert, has welcomed guests for over 20 years into his converted water mill and barn with its traditional French decoration set in over 15 acres of beautiful grounds. The property comprises 2 stone built houses, that of Robert’s, which is the enchanting mill house, dating back well over 200 years, and the separate cosy guesthouse, which was originally the barn. The guesthouse comprises a large sitting room with open fireplace for the winter days which opens onto a beautiful terrace next to a little stream – perfect for the sunny mornings. There are five pretty double bedrooms each with a tranquil view of the unspoilt fields, streams and woods.