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What you'll do
Duration of the experience : 3h00
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Offered by Philippe
In the unexpected setting of the village of Montmartre, I will introduce the oldest vineyard of the capital to you, cradling the most classical varieties of the French wine-producing provinces, as well as a selection of vigorous and fertile hybrids.
I will unveil the secrets of this plot of land situated in the heart of Montmartre, and property of the City of Paris. Upon which have been planted on a surface area of 1 556 m2, an amazing 1,762 feet of Gamay, Pinot Noir and other mixed grape varieties from different regions.
Born in 1933, the vineyard is the symbol of an ancestral wine-growing tradition that originated in the Gallo-Roman era and reached its peak at the end of the 18th century.
We will end our journey by visiting my 17th century stone cellar which stretches over two entire basement floors and which encompasses nearly 10, 000 bottles of red, white, rosé and other champagnes, one of which dates from 1832.
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From 1 to 6 people
For a request of more than 6 people, please contact us
All details and contact information will be transmitted to you upon completion of your reservation in order to facilitate the meeting with our expert.
If you wish to cancel the reservation:
- At least 5 days before the scheduled time of the experience, 50% of the total amount of the reservation will be reimbursed.
- Less than 5 days before the scheduled time of the experience, 100% of the total amount of the reservation is due.
About our expert
World's Best Sommelier
After a few experiences in Parisian restaurants, he decided to take the leap in 1984 by opening, at age 24, his own Parisian bistro, his very own "baby" which now contains nearly 10,000 bottles. In 1992, his professional career led him, for the first time, among the candidates selected to represent France at the World Sommelier Competition where he won the first prize. In April 2015, he received the Honoris Causa Medal from the prestigious MOF competition (Meilleurs Ouvriers de France). Philippe also served as a sommelier during the state dinners at the Elysée, under the presidency of Jacques Chirac and is today, the President of the Sommeliers of France.