Wine country

. May 23, 2012.
FOOD-wine-country

In September Paesano will take you to the home of wine. Wednesday September 26, the tour group will leave to spend four nights in Santa Margherita on the Italian Riviera, then after a drive along the northern Ligurian coast you will stay in Nice, the capital of the Cote d'Azur on the French Riviera. From there head to the beautiful Monte Carlo and Monaco where you will see the village of St.Paul de Vence with its art galleries and incredible views. For those who want to spend a bit more time in Italy, Paesano will be offering an optional three night stay in the baroque city of Turin, one of the most famous producing areas in Italy.

For more information, contact suzanalxdr@aol.com or call 734-327-1931.

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