The Domaine de Cugis in Provence, a family property owned for generations after the French Revolution, had at the time its own oil mill, as well as an inn where Victor Hugo shared a gargantuan meal in 1839 with Juliette Drouet. From this experience, he writes a magnificent text in his “travel diary”.

The passion for gastronomy throws us into a movement of creativity, such as the encounter between Domaine de Cugis and the La Cabosse Créative chocolate factory in Brittany, which since 1997 has been an Artisan-Chocolatier accumulating creation prizes.