Wine & Champagne Kiosk in Epcot's France

Perhaps one of the least assuming places to grab a fantastic cocktail is the small Kiosk on the side of the water in Epcot's France Pavilion. This small but bustling booth serves up a variety of French alcoholic delights. You can fine nine selections of wines, the French Beer Kronenbourg 1664 and chilled shots of Grand Marnier. However some of the most popular treats that come out of this location are legendary fan favorites in their own right.

Wine & Champagne Kiosk in Epcot's FranceWine & Champagne Kiosk in Epcot's France

The Grand Marnier Slush ($9.34) and the Grey Goose Citron Slush ($9.34) at this little kiosk have earned their place amongst the most beloved Disney treats. Delicious slushie style frozen drinks mixed with Grey Goose Vodka and Grand Marnier are ready to serve at the Kiosk. These icy cocktails offer adults 21 and over an elegant frosty treat.

Beautiful France PavilionBeautiful France Pavilion

Another spectacular fan favorite that can be found at the little kiosk is the Kir Royal, an elegant cocktail made with Champagne & Creme de Cassis that can be had for $12.91. No matter what you order here, you're sure to be treated to some of the most delicious beverage that World Showcase has to offer.

Grey Goose and Grand Marnier SlushGrey Goose and Grand Marnier Slush

The beautiful setting of Belle Epoque France makes for a stunning outdoor venue to enjoy your beverage. You may find a few scattered tables waterside where you can sit down and relax. You may even be treated to a delightful show from 'Serveur Amusant' the acrobatic and comedic who mime stacks and climbs chairs to dangerous heights. Or perhaps strolling through the shops and gardens of France is more your style. Beverages are welcome in the waiting area for Impressions de France, however they must be finished before heading into he theater.

I love a Grey Goose Citron SlushI love a Grey Goose Citron Slush

No matter what your Epcot touring schedule, if you're in search of great cocktails or an icy summer treat with a grown up kick, I highly suggest stopping by this little stand that pours big flavors.

Thanks so much to the Disney Food Blog for allowing us exclusive use of it's slushie image! Are you a fan of the Wine Kiosk in France? What's your favorite grown up slushie? I'm quite particle to the Grey Goose Citron Slush. Leave me a comment and let me know what your favorite is!

Sharon wrote on Fri, 06/15/2012 - 11:58:

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Grey Goose Citron Lemon Slush is a must every trip!!!! If not more!

Dean Finder wrote on Sat, 06/16/2012 - 17:51:

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I'm no fan of slushies, but they do offer Chateauneuf du Pape in the wine flights and samples.

Lisa wrote on Fri, 06/22/2012 - 16:32:

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What do these slushies taste like? I would love to try one in October, just don't know which one might be better.

Kristen K. wrote on Mon, 06/25/2012 - 12:41:

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Hi Lisa! I haven't had the orange one, but the Citron is pretty much a frozen lemonade. Grey Goose is one of the smoothest vodkas I know of, you can't really taste the booze. Be careful, it can sneak up on you!

Debi wrote on Wed, 07/18/2012 - 17:06:

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I thought the Gran Marnier slush was only disappointment was that I thought I could purchase it and walk back to my room at Beach Club to enjoy it by the pool...but they wouldn't let me leave the park with it! I got brain freeze trying to pound it down so I could catch up with my family. Not a memorable way to enjoy a drink that cost that much money! Next time, I'll buy it at the beginning of the afternoon!

Rocky wrote on Thu, 12/20/2012 - 05:00:

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What is the name of the champagne sold at Epcot in France area from a little shop that sells wine and champagne?

Kristen K. wrote on Thu, 12/20/2012 - 13:29:

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Hi Rocky! That shop actually carries champagne from several different types of champagne from producers including Pommery, Mumm and Moet. Do you remember what the label on the bottle looked like?

Diane Lorish wrote on Wed, 02/18/2015 - 05:57:

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I was at the French shop that sells wines and champagne on Feb. 7th. My friend had a lovely wine with a fruity taste. It was in a champagne glass and it did have bubbles. I was wondering what the name of the wine is.

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