Look for the Musique de la Baie logo throughout the area and discover the lively music and folklore of this region.
Performances take place nightly between July 1 and September 30.
That is why the bank, which had to be rescued first by Lloyds and then by the taxpayer, has launched a new savings deal which has similarities to National Savings' evergreen and ever-popular Premium Bond.
New and existing savers at Halifax who have more than £5,000 on deposit are, from 1 December, going to be entered into a monthly prize draw to win amounts up to and including £100,000.
This picturesque drive provides easy access to wineries, breathtaking vistas, and unique topography, to name a few.
" In response, Mr Kenyon said that the money involved would make little difference to rates when spread out over potentially hundreds of thousands of account holders.
"We always aim, and I think succeed, in offering good rates of return, but the idea of this scheme is to do something totally different, which genuinely makes saving a little bit more fun." Mr Hagger's own calculations put the potential cost in terms of lost interest to savers at around 0.1 per cent a year.
"It's very much up to individual customers whether or not they think that it's a good idea for the Halifax to be doing this.
However, as it equates to maybe £5 in lost interest for someone with the minimum holding of £5,000 on deposit they may feel that actually that's a price well worth paying in order to have a chance of winning £100,000, and other smaller prizes down to £100," he said.