10 places to enjoy Philipponnat this winter
To accompany the year-end celebrations, find our Champagnes in the depths of the valleys and on mountain peaks, surrounded by nature or in the most beautiful cities, both in France and abroad!
The Most Champenoise
A teatime paired with Champagne? In Champagne, anything is possible. Visit the Royal Champagne to try the Royal Tea Time with its extraordinary selection of sweet and savoury dishes, creations from baker Claire Santos Lopes and from Victoire Finaz, alias La Chocologue®. An array of delicate, cacao and fruit-based treats that pair marvellously with a glass of Royale Réserve Brut or Rosé.
9, rue de la République
51160 Champillon France
Royal Champagne Hôtel & Spa
The Most Downtown
In the very heart of Paris, in an authentic chalet draped in winter colours set up on the terrace of the Park Hyatt Vendôme hotel, Michelin-starred chef Jean-François Rouquette offers a unique and intimate culinary journey centred around raclette, the star dish of the season. A luxurious cocoon that is even more enjoyable when accompanied by a glass of Cuvée 1522.
Le Chalet du Park
5, rue de la Paix
75002 Paris France
Park Hyatt | Paris Vendôme
The Most Parisian Escape to Auvergne
A true Auvergne institution with three locations in Paris, Le Plomb du Cantal sets the bar for dishes like aligot and truffade. In this establishment, which combines the traditional charm of a Parisian café with the conviviality of a mountain chalet, a glass of Réserve Millésimée from Maison Philipponnat will underscore the warm, traditionnal cuisine.
Le Plomb du Cantal Rive Droite
4, boulevard Saint Denis
75010 Paris France
Le Plomb du Cantal – Gaité
3, rue de la Gaité
75014 Paris France
Le Plomb du Cantal Jolivet
5, rue du Maine
75014 Paris France
The Most Colourful
An establishment of excellence in a 2-Michelin-star hotel dating back to 1844, you will find French haute cuisine at Le Pavillon. Chef Maximilian Müller’s watchwords? Seasonality, exceptional ingredients, and excellence. Creative compositions are to be savoured with a glass of Clos des Goisses.
8001 Zürich Suisse
Restaurant Pavillon | Gourmet Restaurant in Zürich
The Most Royal
Since its construction in 1909 by Swedish royalty, Villa Fridhem has always placed French cuisine at the heart of its menus. Now transformed into a hotel, it offers refined, seasonal meals, with a well-researched wine list that highlights Champagne. At the Prince Carl restaurant or even the Apéritif bar, the Royale Réserve Brut, Blanc de Blancs, Blanc de Noirs, and Clos des Goisses cuvées are all available to enjoy while taking in the view of the superb Bråviken bay.
Getå Villa Fridhem 1
616 90 Åby Suède
Villa Fridhem: Hotell Norrköping – Kungligt sommarresidens
The Most Nordic
A glass of Royale Réserve Non Dosé with simple, seasonal cuisine? Head for Helsinki, the Finnish capital, to enjoy a warm and friendly atmosphere. Since 2017, the restaurant has been awarded Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence for its exceptional wine cellar.
00120 Helsinki Finlande
The Most Eastern
The restaurant menu at the Telegraaf Hotel was conceived by Chef Denis Golik, for whom cooking is “a dash of humour, love, and salt”. This daring chef proposes modern dishes that strike a balance between French tastes, Russian traditions, and local Estonian ingredients. To accompany his creations, the establishment offers a beautiful wine list, including Philipponnat’s Royale Réserve Brut and Blanc de Noirs.
Restaurant Tchaikovsky – Hotel Telegraaf
10123 Tallinn Estonie
Tchaikovsky Restaurant Tallinn
The Most Forested
Located in a hotel in the heart of the Black Forest, this 2-Michelin-star restaurant presents French-inspired fine dining with carefully considered food and wine pairings. The Philipponnat Clos des Goisses and Clos des Goisses Juste Rosé cuvées occupy pride of place on the wine list.
Ösch Noir – Öschberghof GmbH
ÖSCH NOIR – Das Sternerestaurant im Schwarzwald