Wooden shelves along the walls stocked with delicious food, a counter where you can pull up a stool and chat, and tables for an enjoyable experience together.
A timeless general store
A gourmet country store with local products
Discover a selection of food displayed that’s a feast for both your eyes and taste buds!
An abundance of homegrown products
This shop will delight anyone nostalgic for the traditional French country store where people used to do much more than just shop!
The farmers and growers whose products are sold in the shop work according to the same genuine family values as the Clos Dubreuil winery. The shop gets its Aldudes sausage and remarkable PDO-labeled Kintoa pork ham from the award-winning pig farmer and artisan Pierre Oteiza. Country-style pâté, duck foie gras and smoked salmon are from Maison Barthouil, an artisanal manufacturer since 1929. The Ametzalde farm (in Laàs, Béarn region) uses small-scale farming methods to make organic sheep’s milk cheese sold by the tomme in the shop. There’s nothing quite like enjoying Échiré butter on a slice of delicious bread from La Mie Merlot bakery in the village of Saint-Christophe-des-Bardes. The popular cornichon gherkins are from Maison Marc, the last cornichon factory in France founded in 1923. The mustard that will spice up your food is from Maison Edmond Fallot, a mustard factory established in Burgundy since 1840. There’s even natural mineral water at the shop from Source des Abatilles in Arcachon Bay.
A treat for the eyes and palate
The gourmetcountry store
The canned sardines, bonito tuna belly and anchovies are from Maison Peita located in Arcangues, which uses sustainable fishing methods in the Basque Country. As for sweet treats, you’ll find delicious canelés from Maison Baillardran located in Bordeaux.
In addition to these delicacies, we also have seasonal suggestions