In the heart of the vineyard, this former wine storehouse made of stone walls houses the traditions and values dear to the auberge. From the family atmosphere and decor (exposed beams, copper pots, antique furniture and Jeanne-style chairs) to the authentic, yet inspired cuisine (braised dishes, large mixed salads, bountiful pastries) and wine cellar, everything is an expression of the terroir, served at very affordable prices. Note: the auberge functions as a tearoom on weekday afternoons.
Quenelle of egg mimosa and house smoked salmon, strips of Vendée cured ham, cream of radish
Simmered curry veal en cocotte and seasonal vegetables
Homemade profiteroles, chocolate sauce