Delicious Mountain wine

Our Wine Cellar

Our wines and the stories behind them

Great wine is an integral part of any luxury catered chalet holiday. But here at Delicious Mountain we've taken it to the next level. In search of the perfect wine selection for our guests, we have gone to the wine producers directly, visiting their wineries and vineyards to source the perfect complements for our famous chalet dining.

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Example Wine List

White Wines
  • Vignobles Boyer New Sauvignon Blanc Alicia 100% Sauvignon Blanc grown on young vines. Produced with no added sugars and with the skins left on the grapes, this wine has natural acidity. It is pale in colour with aromas of pineapple, lemon, green apple and sweet gooseberry. Mr. Boyer informs us that the wine takes its name from his eldest daughter.
  • Gerard Bertrand Viognier 100% Viognier. A premium wine maker from the south of France, marked with optimal sunshine and low rainfall, the grapes are harvested at maturity in order to express its fullness and full aromatic range. Notes of ripe pears and peaches.
  • Manoir Du Capucin Pouilly-Fuissé Aux Morlays 100% chardonnay. Chloé Bayon inherited the 17th century house from her great grandmother, where the vineyard went under full restoration after the vines being left by the family for 2 generations. Soon to be classified as ‘Premier Cru’.
  • Domaine Trousset, La Devire, Roussette de Savoie 100% Altesse. Situated between Chambery and Albertville and covering 16 hectares of clay-limestone soil. Bright yellow eye with green reflections, notes of white flowers and honey.
Red Wines
  • Le Naturel de Paul Boyer Blend of Syrah, Carigan and Grenache, 30% of which is aged in oak barrels. Medium bodied, elegant and slightly spicy. Musky, mossy aromas. This has been on our Carte Du Vin every season - it's just so, so good!
  • Château Maucaillou Bordeaux 2015 45% Cabernet sauvignon 43% Merlot, and 12% Cabernet Franc. As a gesture of marriage in 1875 J. Petit-Laroche offered his wife a chateau in front of his cellars. Maucaillou meaning ‘bad pepples’ resulted in poor cereal crops however excellent high-expression vineyards.
  • Gerard Bertrand Syrah/Grenache 2017 A complex mix of both Syrah and Grenache. It was in 1975 in the vineyards of Château de Villemajou that the first harvest of grapes and passion for wine began. Now into the 4th Generation of wine growers in the Languedoc region, they are committed to biodynamic viticulture.
  • Domaine de Montine Cotes du Rhone 70% Grenache 30% Syrah. With vines as old as 1933, in 1987 brothers Claudy and Jean-Luc recreated the cellars and the Domaine was born. Now the 4th generation Melina and Caille are picking up the family torch The grapes are 100% destemmed and fermentation and aging happens in traditional concrete vats.
Rosè Wine
  • Savoie Domaine Blard Alpin Rosè 60% Jacquère, 40% chardonnay. Located just 40km from the chalet, and now the 5th generation of winemakers using vines initially for family personal use, Thomas Blard recent installations allows for the making of crémant de Savoie. Made on the first southeast slope of the municipality in clay-limestone soil from the Mont Granier landslide in 1248.
  • Pierre Trichet Champagne 53% Pinot Meunier, 24% Pinot Noir, 23% Chardonnay. From vines planted by his grandmother in 1945, the first bottles vinified were stored in the existing cellars and the House champagne Trichet-Didier was born. Pierre took over the winery in 1989 renovating the buildings and modernising the ancestral cuvèes.

Our producers & suppliers

We have developed close relationships with our wine suppliers over a number of years. Use this section to find out more about them and what they offer.

Gerard Bertrand Vineyard, France
Gerard Bertrand

Committed to biodynamic viticulture at Cigalus since 2022.
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Champagne Pierre Trichet, France
Champagne Pierre Trichet

Their revival began in 1970 when they started the adventure of champagne making.
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Château Haut Monplaisir Wine growers
Château Haut Monplaisir

The family home since 1998, this estate covers 30 acres of organic vines.
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Paul Boyer Wine Producers, France
Paul Boyer Wines

Boyer wines aim to express naturally the character of the grape variety.
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Gerard Bertrand Vineyard, France
Château Maucaillou

Their philosophy can be resumed as "Grand Cru Classé, cannot, Cru Bourgeois, deigns not, Château MAUCAILLOU, is".
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VGC Wine Producers, France
Véronique Günther Chéreau

For Véronique and Aurore, wine producing is very much a family business.
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