Provence's simplistic lifestyle and approach to food is one of its most captivating and salient qualities. Tony becomes enamored with its culture and cuisine, stressing fresh and superior ingredients like wine, cheese, bread and beautiful cuts of meat.

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Anthony Bourdain's friend Jeanne Bayol's mother makes aioli for Tony and the crew. 960 1280


Tony, Anne Daguin, Aurelie, Alex and Jeanne prepare to have aperitifs, alcoholic drinks served before a meal. 960 1280


Tony shares a few laughs with new friends on a beautiful day. 960 1280


Cameramen Todd and Zach film Tony from afar, giving him a quiet moment to himself at Les Ateliers De L'Image. 960 1280


Tony stops in a local shop that sells a variety of garlic. 960 1280


Tony samples tapenade and pastis at Piere Rouranine's house with relatives of Anne Daguin. 960 1280


Jean Chancel takes Tony on a tour of his vineyard at the breathtaking winery Domaine de Val Joanis. 960 1280


While on their tour, Tony asks Jean some questions about the vineyard. 960 1280


After the tour, Tony, Jean and Cecile Chancel have lunch at the vineyard. 960 1280


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