While in Paris, you will certainly get to the main attractions of the city, mainly L’arc de triomphe, la Tour Eiffel, les Champs Elysées, as anyone else may do. Yet, your Paris vacation may be a lot more exciting and interesting if you consider visiting unusual places that can be little known for many of you, yet, of great importance.
Not too far from the Eiffel Tower, discover a unique place in the heart of Paris: the “Musée du Vin”, an unusual museum that boasts an exhibition of a variety of tools and objects that evoke the vineyard and French wines.
Hosting more than 2,000 objects on wine and vine, “The Wine Museum” of Paris welcomes you for a visit to know more about wine tradition in France.
The visit, surprising and unconventional, is organized into major themes illustrated by an audio guide allowing the public to learn more about the history of wine in France, and explaining more about the development of champagne and bottling processes.
You will be even invited to taste some wines, and experience an amazing sensory journey, as you learn about the history of French vine traditions, and taste some of the best French wines.
At the end of the visit, however, up to 3 glasses of wine (depending on the plan chosen) are presented for tasting. The Museum also houses a restaurant “Les Echansons” where you will be served some of the best dishes, book your place in advance. (Open Tuesday to Saturday from 12pm to 15pm)
The Wine Museum is located at the very heart of Paris, if you’re staying at the 16th arrondissement, you will be discovering some of the most important attractions of Paris, mainly the Eiffel Tower and the Wine Museum (Musée du Vin) that will certainly make your visit to Paris a way more exciting.
Adresse : rue des Eaux, 5, square Charles Dickens 75016 Paris.
Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 18pm.
Rates : 3 formulas 11 € to 27 €