Montmartre Wine & Walk

Tour

Accompanied by your English speaking private wine expert, stroll through centuries old streets in picturesque Montmartre and immerse yourself in the authentic wine and bar culture of Paris. Discover its vineyard and learn about French wines right where the locals themselves do it in their favorite wine bars and cellars.

Price per private group of 4

En route you will stop for a wine tasting at three authentic bars that are popular with the locals to learn about French wine. Along the way our wine expert will teach you about how to taste wine, understand labels, and give an overview of the regions.

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Travel back in time starting at one of the last Parisian vineyard when wine was not only a source of rejoicing but also considered a meal in itself. Between legendary cabarets like Lapin Agile, and restaurants like Moulin de la Galette, you will feel the spirit and irreverent humor found in Montmartre.

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During the 19th and 20th century Montmartre attracted artists from all around the world. Van Gogh, Renoir and Picasso were first drawn by the cheap rents. They enjoyed the local community and the very nightlife they helped to create particularly around Place du Tertre which will be seen on the way to the amazing vantage point from the Sacré Cœur a before wine tasting.

-Learn about the French wine regions

-Experience Paris Bar culture

-Mingle around the locals

-Have Fun

 

Info

Available:  Daily
Start Time:  3.30pm
Duration:  3hrs
Meeting Point:  
Includes: Private Guide,3 glasses of wine
Excludes: Cost of Transfers, Food

Additional Info

 

"We want to thank you for working with us to find a time agreeable to us and your organization for the wine tour. Charlotte took us to places we never would have gone to on our own."  
 Peggy

Aperitif

Parisien bar lounge

 

Because we know from experience that wine tastings can often be too formal, we have created for you exciting but relaxing aperitif tours, selecting places where you can truly feel the soul of a neighborhood. Literally meaning an “appetizer time”, aperitif takes place before dinner, between 6p.m. and 9p.m. A perfect connoisseur of the art, your private guide will share with you all the secrets of the beverages of your choice--from their origins and “terroir” to their history and consumption habits through time.

We selected the city's best bistros and terraces for you. Stories fitted to the venues are waiting for you along this route. After this aperitif experience, you will never watch the world go by in the same way again.

 

 

"Although a healthier France was identified with wine growing regions, wine was portrayed as a national resource that contributed to the development of a distinctive national culture”. Alcohol, a social and cultural History, “Mon docteur le vin”, wine and health in France 1900-1950, Kim Munholland.

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