8 exceptional terraces for enjoying a glass of Philipponnat Champagne
Parisian Dolce Vita
In the heart of the capital, the luxurious and legendary charm of a grand 1930s Parisian hotel meets Italian dolce vita. The marble courtyard of Le George exudes a sophisticated and refined atmosphere perfect for enjoying a gourmet interlude, orchestrated by Michelin-starred Chef Simone Zanoni and enhanced by a magnum of Royale Reserve Rosé.
Royale Reserve Rosé is available in a magnum bottle on the menu of the Le George restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel George V
With breathtaking views over endless vineyards and glorious sunsets that set the Marne valley ablaze, the Bellevue terrace is one of the Champagne region’s gems. It offers an exceptional setting to savour a casual yet gourmet meal designed by Chef Jean-Denis Rieubland, who focuses on reinterpreting the treasures of his terroir and local produce. This is the ideal place to enjoy Champagne from the steepest vineyard in the region, Clos des Goisses 2009.
Clos des Goisses 2009 is available at the Royal Champagne Hotel & Spa’s Le Bellevue restaurant.
Nestling at the heart of a luxuriant park, this former family residence updates the château style and the French art of living with an elegant, refined atmosphere. As you enjoy a summer menu bursting with flavours at La Terrasse du Château, or listen to jazz at the La Rotonde bar on a summer’s evening… what will you choose: the 2013 vintage 1522 or the 2015 vintage Blanc de Noirs?
The 2013 vintage 1522 and the 2015 vintage Blanc de Noirs are both available on the menu of the La Terrasse du Château restaurant, and at the La Rotonde bar.
Cushions with exotic patterns, a Balinese jungle, colourful bistro tables and a refreshing atmosphere evoke a holiday ambience for convivial moments. The terrace of the Rouge à Lèvres, one of the French capital’s sunniest spots, is an ideal place to relax and enjoy a glass while savouring delicious, gourmet tapas. A perfect opportunity to share a flute of Champagne that reflects the colours of summer: Royale Réserve Rosé
Royale Réserve Rosé is available on the menu of the Rouge à Lèvres restaurant
On the side of a cliff, almost suspended in the sky, with the sea as far as the eye can see, you feel as if you’re floating above the water. The terrace of the Rayon Vert delights the senses, offering guests a superb spectacle as they breathe in the sea air and look out over a legendary landscape that has inspired France’s greatest artists, painters and novelists. Let yourself be lulled by the waves as you enjoy a shellfish meal accompanied by a flute of Royale Réserve Brut.
Royale Reserve Brut is available on the menu of the Dormy House’s restaurant Le Rayon Vert
This sumptuous mansion dating from 1887, transformed into an Art Deco hotel in the roaring twenties, is set in the middle of a superb garden on the water’s edge between the village and the Cassis calanques. Facing the striking cliffs of Cap Canaille, the shaded terraces of the Hotel Les Roches Blanches’ three restaurants offer an abundance of choice: the refined cuisine of Les Belles Canailles, the Rocco’s simple and convivial Mediterranean fare, and the raw fish dishes of the Loup Bar… all accompanied by a perfectly chilled Grand Blanc 2011.
Grand Blanc 2011 is available on the menu of the Hôtel Les Roches Blanches Belles Canailles, Rocco and Loup Bar restaurants
Just a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of Saint-Tropez, the luxurious terrace of the Le Vista restaurant, designed by Philippe Starck, adjoins the golden sands of the wild Gigaro beach. The Lily of the Valley hotel, nestling at the heart of the unspoilt Cap Lardier estate, offers its lucky guests supremely serene interlude. Chef Vincent Maillard brings his lightness of touch to the products of the Mediterranean region, and through his dishes tells the tale of the men and women who are passionate about their work. Get away from it all, where land and ocean meet, with a flute of Royale Réserve Non Dosé in your hand.
Royale Reserve Rosé Non Dosé is available on the menu of the Le Vista restaurant at the Lily of the Valley Hotel
With its cheerful, relaxed, vintage atmosphere in Bambi Sloan’s bright, tangy colours, La Guitoune is the ideal place to relax after a day on the beach. Just a stone’s throw from the Pilat dune, in the restful shade of colourful parasols, chef Jean Ourdouillie’s revisited lobster dish offers instant temptation, accompanied by a bottle of Royale Réserve Brut enjoyed with friends.
Royal Réserve Brut is available on the menu of the La Guitoune restaurant