A delicious wine shop, a corner of France dedicated to the bottles that characterize the heart of the Hexagone wine production, has recently opened in Via Cadore. We are talking about Vinothèque.
The large-lettered LED inscription on the road that bears the name of the place draws attention to the love and attention to French wine, focusing mainly on three of the key regions of local production: Champagne, valley of the Loire and Bordeaux. It’s a rich journey that crosses lush and sun-cared landscapes, passing through the Jura, Savoy and the Rhone valley.
Aimed at making the experience unique and authentic, the selection of Vinothèque wines starts with a direct relationship with local producers, thus establishing a common thread between the French wine tradition.
It’s a location that opens onto a large shared marble table, surrounded by stools for tasting and warm, soft lighting. On the walls, there are bottles with different shapes and labels that represent the many French regions involved in the Timothy project, who is the owner, expert taster and advisor to the wine shop.
A blackboard shows the suggestions of the day, divided by type. There are sparkling, reds and whites to be tasted by the glass, accompanied by a taste of delicatessen strictly made in France, that gives you a taste of the varieties of meat, cheese and oysters typical to each region.
But the oenological proposal is not limited to the glass. In fact, you can journey through the local vineyards by opening one of the many bottles that Vinothèque presents in its extensive list of regional labels, guided by the careful taste of Timothy.
If you want a bottle to enjoy at home or give as a gift, Vinothèque offers a takeaway service, with onsite purchasing.
Give a toast to France and its vineyards that Vinothèque gathers in a warm, intimate and refined location, where an excellent glass of wine will accompany lovers of good drink to discover flavors and smells from across the Alps.