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About the Wine

“Félix, our head sommelier, travels, tastes, and explores the land that gives birth to great wines and shares his love of oenology with winegrowers across the world.

It’s here at Thélème that he distills gathered advice and recommendations while striving to match vibrant wines that compliment Chef Yoshi’s cuisine. Félix’s ever growing passion for wine highlights the work of talented young producers and exceptional bottles from recognized winegrowers.”

For any request, do not hesitate to contact Fé


Champagnes Horiot, Franck Bonville, Tellier, Domaine de l’écu, Nicolas Joly, Louis Benjamin Dagueneau, Les Vins de la Madone, Vincent Gaudry, Domaine Ostertag, Domaine Weinbach, Domaine Dirler-Cadé, Jean François Ganevat, Domaine des Ardoisières, Adrien Berlioz, Domaine Partagé, Domaine Bärtschi, Domaine Pattes Loup, Domaine Bouzereau, Domaine de la Vougeraie, Domaine des Comtes Lafon, Domaine Ramonet, Vincent Dureuil Janthial, Bruno Colin, Domaine de la Soufrandière, David Duband, Cyprien Arlaud, Pierre Jean Villa, le Clos des Papes, Clusel Roch, Roc d’Anglade, Alain Graillot, Domaine Santa Duc, Château Montrose, Château du Tertre, Château les Croisilles, Mas del Périé, Domaine Andiran, Elian da Ros, Pierre Vaïsse, Maxime Magnon, la Terrasse d’Elise, Domaine Giudicelli, Elisabetta Foradori, Giovanni Rosso, Peter Jacob Kuhn…

And many more to be found on the menu. 

The Soul of Wine

One eve in the bottle sang the soul of wine:
“Man, unto thee, dear disinherited,
I sing a song of love and light divine —
Prisoned in glass beneath my seals of red.

“I know thou labourest on the hill of fire,
In sweat and pain beneath a flaming sun,
To give the life and soul my vines desire,
And I am grateful for thy labours done.

“For I find joys unnumbered when I lave
The throat of man by travail long outworn,
And his hot bosom is a sweeter grave
Of sounder sleep than my cold caves forlorn.

“Hearest thou not the echoing Sabbath sound?
The hope that whispers in my trembling breast?
Thy elbows on the table! gaze around;
Glorify me with joy and be at rest.

“To thy wife’s eyes I’ll bring their long-lost gleam,
I’ll bring back to thy child his strength and light,
To him, life’s fragile athlete I will seem
Rare oil that firms his muscles for the fight.

“I flow in man’s heart as ambrosia flows;
The grain the eternal Sower casts in the sod —
From our first loves the first fair verse arose,
Flower-like aspiring to the heavens and God!”

— Charles Baudelaire, Les Fleurs du Mal, 1857

(Translation F.P. Sturm, from ‘Baudelaire: His Prose and Poetry,’ edited by Thomas Robert Smith (New York: Boni and Liveright, 1919)