Nestled on the hillside, this magnificent wine-growing village has lots of charming back streets and squares. The architecture of the houses bears witness to the rich wine-growing history of this area. The village of Epesses is the gateway to the renowned vineyard that is home to the Dézaley appellation.
- La Piquettaz.
- La Budaz.
Caveau des vignerons.
9.3.–26.11.2017, Thursday–Sunday 17h–21h, Ruelle du Vieux Bourg 29, www.caveau-epesses.chLink opens in new window.
Clos de la République.
Monday-Friday 9h–12h/14h–17h30, Saturday 9h30–12h30, Ruelle du Petit-Crêt, www.patrick-fonjallaz-chLink opens in new window.
Le Verre Gourmand.
1.4. –30.11.2017 Monday 9h-16h, Thursday–Sunday 9h–20h, Route de la Corniche 29, www.le-verre-gourmand.chLink opens in new window.
Les 11 terres.
Monday, Thursday–Friday 15h–19h, Saturday–Sunday 11h-19h, Ruelle du Petit-Crêt 2, www.11terres.ch
Coup de cœur near the train station: Auberge du Vigneron (12 points Gault & Millau).
Surrounded by vines, the Auberge du Vigneron serves delicious local dishes and wines that come mainly from Lavaux. The restaurant offers an incredible panoramic view.