France produces some of the world’s best wines. With vineyards covering famous territories from Bordeaux to Burgundy, France’s image as a wine-producer is unequaled. Our tour combines two distinct wine venues in Paris, with tastings and walks in both locations. The first experience occurs in a 200-year-old wine cellar near the Louvre, used at one time to store the wine reserves of Louis XV, now upgraded into a multi-faceted wine discovery locale. Here you’ll explore the grape varieties featured in French wines, talk through the winemaking processes, and get tips on tasting techniques. You’ll taste a selection of 3 wines here, served by an expert sommelier. The second component will take place across town in the Montmartre district, within a little-known vineyard that operates within Paris. Here you’ll have a VIP tasting of this tiny production, and learn about the personalities that made this neighborhood their home.