A beautiful summer day on St. Barths is like an exquisite culinary menu. Pair it with the right bottle of wine and you’ve suddenly created a whole new flavor of indulgence.
To experience this very flavor, look no further than Le Sereno. With summer nearing in the Caribbean, we’ve unveiled our seasonal wine list and it promises to delight even the most discerning of palates.
On top of an extensive Champagne list—with bottles from Taittinger to Veuve Clicquot “La Grande Dame” to Dom Perignon (2003)—we’re also offering a generous Rosé selection. Classics like Ruinart and Laurent Perrier complement rarities like Cristal Roederer (2004) to give guests a wide assortment of summer’s favorite refreshment.
Those who prefer a glass of white can also find a plethora of flavors to suit their tastes. Sourced from fabled regions like Alsace, Loire Valley, Rhône, and Burgundy, this is a unique collection of France’s most celebrated wines, all in the finest varietals and vintages. Take your pick between well-regarded bottles like Les Murailles Riesling (2009) by Dopff & Irion, Les Clous Mersault (2012) by Domaine Bouchard Pere & Fils, Corton Charlemagne (2008) by Antonin Guyon, plus many more, and enjoy the perfect beachside beverage or dinner pairing.
Last but not least is our distinguished red menu. With selections from Bordeaux to Beaujolais and Burgundy to Roussillon, this list is equally exclusive and also features some of France’s finest exports from the previous decade. All tastes and preferences will be satisfied here, be it through a well-balanced Domaine de Chevalier (2007), a vibrant Réserve de la Comtesse (2009), or a deep and earthy Le Corton by Domaine Bouchard Père & Fils (2004), amongst countless others.
Download our full summer wine menu below.
Choosing between these extravagant options can be a challenging task, so we’ve called on sommelier Sébastien Lion to give some expert insights and recommendations. Find out what Sébastien recommends for food pairings, summer refreshments, new vintages to try, and more.
Favorite Food Pairing:
California Roll with Meursault les Clous Domaine Bouchard 2012
Recommendations for Summer:
Red: Chorey les Beaunes, Maillard, 2012
White: Pascal Jolivet, Sancerre 2014
Rosé: Château la Tour de l’évêque Pétale de Rose, 2014
Cariblanco, Casablanca Valley, Chile (Sauvignon), 2012
For a Special Occasion:
Champagne Laurent Perrier Brut
Burgundy is my favorite region this time of year. It’s refreshing and very versatile, but most importantly, it has the most complexity and depth.