Meet your guide in the middle of town and set off through the cobbled streets of Dijon's historic center, passing by beautiful medieval and Renaissance architecture as you make your way to gourmet shops and artisan food boutiques. Just a hop, skip, and a jump from some of the world's most famous winemaking estates, it's no wonder that Dijon caters to a sophisticated culinary palate. Pop into favorite local bakeries and shops to sample fine locally made mustard, nibble on authentic gingerbread, and sample cheesy, puffy gougères—a perfect bite-size snack for accompanying a refreshing kir made with white wine and Dijon's famed cassis (currant) syrup. Make your way into the historic marketplace of Les Halles, where you can peruse the food stands, chat with vendors, and watch locals going about their daily shopping. With a small group and an expert guide to lead the way, this is a delicious way to take a bite out of delectable Dijon.