Les Vins des Chefs de France
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Les Vins des Chefs de France is a kiosk located across from Les Chefs de France in the France Pavilion.
Vin is French for “wine” so that’s the majority of what you’ll find here:
Pull up the full menu on DisneyWorld.com here.
In reality, just about everyone you see in line is there to order one of the two slushes. You can add an extra shot of Grand Marnier or Grey Goose for a little less than $7.
Considering the rising prices of drinks around Epcot, anything that comes in at $12 or less is a relative bargain.
The slushes aren’t particularly boozy, but they are sweet and refreshing. Ask for a larger plastic cup for an easier-to-carry beverage.
Otherwise, you’ll be served what is kind of an awkward, albeit classier, martini glass.
Very fancy. If you’re chasing a buzz, I’d recommend upgrading to the “giant” slush with the extra shot. A Grey Goose on the rocks goes for about $13 at Disney resort lounges and the pours are usually on the generous side.
Almost $17 buys you a Kir Royale, which is a mixture of an unnamed champagne with creme de cassis for a little color and added sweetness. The high price point makes a strong recommendation difficult.
Flutes of champagne and sparkling wine are also available.
Seasonal slushes, like this La Vie en Rose Frozen Slush – Vodka, Grey Goose Orange, St. Germain Liquor, and White and Red Cranberry Juice, may also be available.
While there are some tremendous French beers out there, or at least beers that sound French, Kronenbourg is what you’ll find all around the Pavilion at Epcot. It’s a perfectly passable pale lager. The 1664 refers to the year that Geronimus Hatt founded the brewery, which is now operated by Carlsberg.
It’s possible that Les Vins will shutter with the opening of the new Ratatouille section of the France Pavilion and the new dining options that will open with it. Certainly, given the popularity of the slushes over the years, we’ll continue to see them somewhere around the Pavilion.