The Burgundy Christmas Gourmet hamper, gastronomy of the Haute-Saone region

This holiday season, La Gourmet Box invites you to discover one of the paradises of French gastronomy: welcome to Burgundy, and more specifically the Franche-Comté, land of wines, cheeses and many more gourmet surprises... This is one gourmet hamper you won’t want to miss! Happy holidays and bon appétit!

Gourmet content of your Christmas Burgundy's Gourmet gift hamper:

• IGP Franche-Comté, Pinot Noir Les Vieilles Vignes 2019, red wine (75 cl)
Sèches franc-comtoises, small traditional savoury biscuits with Comté cheese (110 g)
• Light country chicken terrine with Comté cheese (80 g)
• Surprising smoked pork rillettes from the Franche-Comté (80 g)
• Chicken fricassee with creamy Jura white wine sauce and horns of plenty (350 g)
Délice des Petits Lapins, crunchy gourmet risotto mix with carrots and hazelnuts (150 g)
• Famous cherries macerated in AOC Fougerolles Kirsch (210 ml)
• The authentic revolutionary Montbozon biscuit (110 g)

Details on our Burgundy food and wine hamper products and artisans below.

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PICARDIE
French Gourmet basket from the Picardy Region
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€63.00
Champagne
panier gourmand Champagne Marne
€63.00
SOUTH WEST
panier gourmand lot et garonne
€63.00
Loire valley gourmet gift
€63.00
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OUR French GOURMET GIFT box from Bugundy, A Premium FRENCH FOOD and wine box

Experience the succulent delights of France's Burgundy gastronomy, as you eat your way through this fabulous Haute.Saône region gourmet box.

IGP Franche-Comté, Pinot Noir Les Vieilles Vignes 2019, red wine (75 cl)

vin-pinot-noir-bourgogne-vignoble-guillaumeWineyard: SCEA Vignoble Guillaume, Famille Guillaume.

You can't taste Burgundy without sampling a glass of Pinot Noir, the king of Burgundian reds.

In Burgundian history, wine was often a religious affair: the wines of Gy were owned by the archbishops of Besançon in the Middle Ages, before the Guillaume family took over the vineyards in the 18th century.

A favourite with wine lovers (3 stars in the influential Guide Hachette des vins), our viticulturist’s Pinot Noir cuvées are a genuine delight. With its lovely ruby red colour, aromas of leather and red berries, and lively mouthfeel with mineral hints, this is the perfect choice for a glass of holiday cheer!

 
Sèches franc-comtoises, small traditional savoury biscuits with Comté cheese (110 g)

seche-franc-comtoiseArtisan: Douce Comtoise, Biscuiterie Artisanale, Ludovic Courbot.

You’ve probably already tried a commercial variety of this little biscuit, but we wanted to offer you a more authentic, artisanal version. Visually, they're far more appetizing, and in terms of taste there’s no comparison: we’re sure you’ll agree that the artisan’s touch makes all the difference.

The sèche, made with the region’s unmistakeable Comté cheese, is a staple of any proper Burgundian apéro!

 
Tasty country chicken terrine with Comté cheese (80 g)

terrine-poulet-comteArtisan: Conserverie Michelin Daniel Traiteur, Maître Artisan Charcutier.

Our master charcutier obtains his quality ingredients from local producers and never uses artificial colouring or preservatives. He also makes all his own condiments, stocks and broths using only fresh, home-grown herbs, and the results speak for themselves.

The Comté cheese adds a special touch to this delicious terrine. Grab some bread and start spreading!

 
Surprising smoked pork rillettes from the Franche-Comté (80 g)

rillettes-artisanales-fuméesArtisan: Conserverie Michelin Daniel Traiteur, Maître Artisan Charcutier.

We couldn’t resist these old-fashioned rillettes made with Franche-Comté pork and incomparable savoir-faire.

The perfectly balanced smoky flavour is a lovely surprise: with its magnificent taste and texture, you’ll never want the Christmas snacking to end!

 
Chicken fricassee with creamy Jura white wine sauce and horns of plenty (350 g)

fricassee-poulet-vin-jura-trompettesArtisan: Cuisine Authentique d'Éric, artisan traiteur, Éric Lacroix.

Based in Gy, Éric creates delicious Burgundian dishes and terrines and scrupulously avoids using artificial colouring or preservatives in his concoctions. His creations rely heavily on local Franche-Comté products, and this intensely flavourful, melt-in-your-mouth chicken fricassee is no exception.

The meat is slowly stewed in Jura white wine and accompanied by delectable horns of plenty: a genuine triomphe!

 
Délice des Petits Lapins, crunchy gourmet risotto mix with carrots and hazelnuts (150 g)

risotto-artisanalArtisan: Au Temps Gourmand, artisan créateur de saveurs à cuisiner Cécile Langenfeld.

And to go with this fricassee, our artisan has prepared a gourmet rice dish with a simple yet highly successful recipe.

The mix is easy to make and even easier to enjoy!

 
Famous cherries macerated in AOC Fougerolles Kirsch (210 ml)

cerises-kirsch-artisanalesArtisan-producer: Gaec Tisserand, ferme d'élevage laitier, d'arboriculture et distillateur d'eaux de vie, Famille Tisserand.

These cherries are so good they’re addictive... At the foot of the Vosges Mountains, 400 m above sea level, in the Ballons des Vosges Regional Nature Park, our artisan's family has been making cherry liqueur for generations.

Their artisanal knowledge and expertise, passed down over the years, has garnered them several gold medals at the National Agricultural Show—and we can guarantee they won them fair and square!

There’s no better way to finish a holiday dinner in style.

 
The authentic revolutionary Montbozon biscuit (110 g)/h5>

biscuit-montbouzonArtisan: Biscuiterie de Montbozon

A revolutionary biscuit with a fascinating history! During the French Revolution, the chef of King Louis XVI was forced to flee the court and hide in the village of Montbozon, where this royal treat, once a favourite at Versailles, was democratized. As a way of thanking the people who had taken him in, the chef shared his delicious recipe with them, and they passed it on—much to our culinary delight.

As they unabashedly say in Montbozon, what was once the dessert of kings has become the king of desserts! Mouth-watering goodness.

 

Good Christmas gourmet journey to Burgundy!