Paris wine shops, a map!

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Are you in Paris today during the 24-hr public sector strike and wondering what to do? Why, set up a wine-drenched itinerary of local wine shops! Check out my brand new map of Paris wine stores–and wine bars that sell wines to go!

I give you the scoop on over 40 places including my faves, ranging from neighborhood places to super-luxury stops. If you’re a local looking for “natural” wines or a tourist looking for wines you can’t find at home, click through to start setting up your own itinerary for your next visit!

Paris wine shops, a map

Is one of yours not on the map? Drop me a line with the address and why you think it should be included.

Related: Bringing wine back with you from France
Paris/France wine round-up
All posts in French wine
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4 Responses to “Paris wine shops, a map!”


  1. I just sent this to my friends (winemakers here in Sonoma) who are headed to Paris in a week. Thanks!


  2. I’ve heard great things about Lavignia. Sadly, I missed that one on my recent trip to Paris.


  3. This post, including the one about bringing wine back to the states comes at a great time for me. I’m leaving for Paris on Nov. 11 and will also be attending the Salon de Vigeron Independence in Lille on Nov. 16. Can anyone give me a line on acquiring some of those styrofoam shippers in France? Thanks, Ed Brown Hoboken, NJ


  4. So glad the map is coming in useful in your travel planning!

    Ed, not sure where to find Styrofoam shipping boxes in Paris. Maybe call Lavinia or Juan at La Derniere Goutte and see what they propose?


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