Artisanal conserves Les Délices d'Alpage

Here in the mountains, we pride ourselves on our artisanal conserves offering Savoyard specialities, with no chemical additives or conservatives in small batches. We rely on our personal experience to make local favourites and seasonal recipes.

Artisanal conserves Les Délices d'Alpage Essert-Romand


Essert-Romand (74110)
Guided individual tours available permanently
Average duration of an individual visit : 01h00
  • Fresh and cut meats
  • Vegetables and by-products

As the last 100% artisanal conserves producer in the mountains, we make:

. paté and terrines in 10 guises: wild garlic, cep and chanterelle mushroom, plain, Beaufort and Abondance cheese, Genepi, gentian, green pepper, walnut, Gamay or Espelette pepper.
. rich soups: vegetable, nettle, etc…
. cooked meals: Savoyard casserole, tripe, mountain sausages with a crozet pasta gratin, a savoury “farcement” loaf and lots of other delights…

We’re passionate about our mountain culinary tradition!
Products on sale on site and in various shops of the territory.

Visit every Tuesday and Thursday, only on booking (48h ahead).
5€/pers. from 13yrs (fre un der 8yrs)
Discount -15% with the Multi Pass Card.

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    Free entry for children < 8 years.

    Tarif: 5€/pers. (free under 8yrs)
    Book in advance

    With the Multi Pass card: -15% discount on the visit.with or without tasting. Book in advance.

    Methods of payment accepted : Check, Cash, Online payment


    Languages spoken : English, Spanish, French
    Languages of documentation : English, French


    Every day throughout the year between 8.30 am and 5.30 pm.
    Closed Saturday and Sunday.

    • Wi-fi
    • Online shop
    • Car park
    • Free car park
    • Coach parking
    • Parking


    167 Chemin des Combes Bâtiment Blanche Neige (1er étage) 74110 Essert-Romand

    • Not accessible in a wheelchair
    • Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance
    • Site, building totally accessible
    • Possibility of drop-off in front of the site
    Information update on 12/04/2024 by Office de Tourisme de la Vallée d'Aulps