In France, the grape harvest began at the end of August. Claude Vialade lives in the Languedoc-Roussillon region, near to Narbonne, and is a spokesperson for a new type of drink: light wine. It's made from the same grape varieties used in traditional wine, but with a lower alcohol content and less sugar.
Opened a year ago, 'The Laboratory' in central Paris has become a place where discussions can be held between artists and scientists. The exhibition 'While I sleep', a mix of design and environment, will be on display until May 4th.
This is the only hotel in Paris that offers a special bedroom where temperatures hover at between minus 5 and minus 10 degrees centigrade. Even better: you actually get to pay 750 euros a night for the pleasure of sleeping in this urban igloo.
Arsac, a winery in south-west France, has twenty-six hectares and contemporary buildings all devoted to the selling, tasting and discovery of wine. The aim of one of the buildings is to create "an inside-out greenhouse".
Laser printed objects are the latest must-have. Printing your own design only takes a few minutes and gives you the opportunity to personalise all kind of objects including cellphones, mp3s and chequebooks..