Leading local chefs head 35km south of Périgueux to St-Alvère’s marché aux truffes where top harvests fetch as much as €1000 a kilogram, a bargain by retail standards.
One of Dordogne’s best wine shops is in Le Bugue, just south of the town centre. Check the website for other branches.
This great little brewery has been around for less than a decade, and already they've branched out beyond the usual French blonds and ambers into organic IPAs and ryes. Note, there's no bar – it's bottles to go only…
This fab caviste (wine merchant) has bottles stacked everywhere, hitting all price points from €5 to €300. Sample the wares at the in-store bar.
An atmospheric, largely organic night market operates on Thursdays in the medieval centre.
Brântome has a weekly winter market of the local delicacy, the black Périgord truffle.
Local liqueurs and flavourings.
This touristy covered market can be found inside the converted Église Ste-Marie.