La Maison du Chocolat x Wölffer Estate Summer Basket

Summer picnics won't ever be the same with this basket filled with the perfect chocolate treats from La Maison du Chocolat and non-alchoholic rosé from the famed Wölffer Estate Vineyard!

Weight: 1.552lbs
Home and office delivery in United States

A few words about
our creations...

The two of New York’s fan favorites are collaborating on this summer’s must-have picnic basket. La Maison du Chocolat and Wölffer Estate Vineyard are releasing a limited-edition basket with a bottle of the Spring In a Bottle Rose Sparkling wine and a bundle of chocolate goodies from their Happy Summer Giftbox, Raspberry Macaron, Fruit Naturally Vegan gift box and Choco Sticks case.

This playful non-alcoholic wine is a bright rich rosé color.  The fruit is pure with fresh red berry and ripe peach and fresh pear fills the glass.  Wonderful and refreshing to drink as a spritzer to pair with something sweet!

Summer has arrived! Indulge in the most sophsticated pairing the season!

  • Optimal freshness* : 10 to 26 days *For optimal freshness please keep your chocolate in a sealed container in a cool dry area.
  • Price per kilo: $248.58/kg
  • Storage temperature: 64.4 °F

In this box

  • Hazelnut Praline with slivers of biscuits, enrobed in dark chocolate perfect for on the go! 

  • An iconic chocolate collection, featuring ganaches, and pralinés in dark and milk chocolate. Whether it's for you or a gift for someone else, you'll love La Maison du Chocolat's subtle chocolates.

  • x1 Wölffer Estate Vineyard Spring in the bottle Rose

    A non-alcoholic wine made with pure with fresh pear and sweet peach as well as red berry fruit.

  • Dark chocolate ganache, nestled in a crisp shell of French meringue, available in gift box collections of 2 macarons; Vanilla & Raspberry 

  • Gift box 16 Vegan fruit ganaches: Blackcurrant, Salvador, Andalousie, Chiberta, Maracuja.


Our chocolates are best appreciated at room temperature.

We advise that you cut your chocolate in two and let it melt in the mouth to allow time for the flavors to develop. When you are tasting several chocolates, it is best to start with a plain chocolate, then move on to flavored varieties: first those with fruits, then spices, then alcohol.