Don't chase anything but drinks & dreams

Wine is a passion, it’s a hobby, it can be taken lightly or seriously. How ever you treat your wine we will have selected something to suit your taste. In our fully serviced chalets we include carefully selected wines to match with our menus. Our wines are sourced locally in France. We have a wonderful selection of wines including a delightful grand cru champagne from Alain Grilliat, a fabulous boutique house in Ay.

Our chefs love their menus to be enjoyed with wine so they will be happy to suggest the perfect combination for their suggestions. We also have our own fine wine supplier in resort so if there is a specific bottle we can get for you we will do our best to source it.


Alain Grilliat & Fils

Millesime 2012

Alain Grilliat & Fils

Le Grand Noir 2014

Our Whites

Michel Laurent Pouilly Fume - Tours

Sauvignon Blanc

Chablis Valentin Vignot - Besancon


Chateau Bel Air - Bordeaux

Blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Muscadelle

Our Reds

Chateau Haut Maurac - Medoc

Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon

Vacqueyras Cuvee prestige - Vaucluse

Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre

Chateaux Saint Roch - Lussac St Emillion

Merlot and Cabernet Franc

Chateau Treilles d’Antonin - Cote de Provence

Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah

Our Rose

L’Estandon 2016 - Cotes de Provence

Cinsault, Grenache , Rolle, Syrah.

"A perfect martini should be made by filling a glass with gin then waving it in the general direction of Italy" – Noel Coward

Colombo Gin (41.3%) is a London dry gin that is handcrafted in small batches from a copper pot stills. It’s made with a recipe which dates back around 70 years, including a number of spices from the Cinnamon Garden of Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Botanicals - Juniper Berries, Coriander seeds, angelica, Liquorice root, Sri Lankan cinnamon bark, curry leaves and ginger root.
Serve - Ice, Orange twist, Cinnamon, Star Anise and Fever Tree Mediterranean tonic.

Citadelle (44%) is classed as a London Gin is now produced in the South-West of France. As it was produced in the 17th century, Citadelle gin is distilled in small copper pot stills with a naked flame. Using centuries old know-how passed down through five generations of master distillers to produce a a complex, refined and elegant gin.
Botanicals - coriander, orange peel, cardamom and nutmeg from India; liquorice, cubeb pepper from Java, juniper, savoury, violet and star anise from France; fennel and iris; cinnamon, almonds and lemon rind from Spain, angélica from Germany; grains of paradise from West Africa; and cumin from Holland.
Serve - Ice, grapefruit peel, blueberries and Schweppes Indian tonic or Original Fever Tree Tonic.

The Botanist Gin (46%) is a small batch Islay Dry Gin from the Scotland, where the botanicals are hand picked by a team of foragers who search across the hills, bogs and shores of Islay. They are then placed in a Lomand pot still affectionally named “Ugly Betty” and distilled for around 17 hours.
Botanicals - Birch leaves, Bog Myrtle leaves, Cassia bark , Chamomile, Cinnamon bark, Coriander seed, Creeping Thistle, Gorse flowers, Heather flowers, Hawthorn flowers, Juniper berries, Lady’s Bedstraw flowers, Lemon Balm, Mugwort leaves, Red Clover flowers, Sweet Cicely leaves, Thyme leaves, White Clover, Wood Sage leaves.
Serve - Ice, Basil leaves, ginger sticks and Original Fever Tree Tonic.