La Cave des Amis

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Across from the harbor’s parking lot, close to a convenience store, you’ll find the most beautiful collection of Patrimonio wines! And for good reason: the Cave des Amis wine shop was opened in 2021 by two appellation winemakers, Mathieu Marfisi and Pierre-François de Bernardi. You’ll find their own bottles, of course, but also those produced by roughly twenty of their friends, all of which are organic or natural, from Antoine-Marie Arena to Yves Leccia, or the Domaine Giacometti. And to go with that, bottles from friends on the other side of the Mediterranean Sea, including a Beaujolais-villages red from Kévin Descombes (€17) or a Cornas from Matthieu Barret (€46). // D.S. 

The bullet-proof bottle: If you’re in the mood for something other than Patrimonio, there’s a lovely Meursault from Philippe Pacalet (it comes with a €111 price tag, though). 

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