Les Caves du Louvre
Different areas have been carefully laid out for a complete tour : the wine storehouse, with oak barrels where wines are ageing; a tasting room; a room of terroirs, where the role of the soil in the construction of wine is exposed; a room of aromas where everyone can test their sense of smell; the laboratory, which hosts the wine-making activities; the bottling room, where you can cork your bottle and seal it with wax; the labelling room; the tasting bar where a sommelier will welcome you in a friendly atmosphere.
In autonomy thanks to a dedicated or guided application or even the time of a workshop of 2 hours during which you will have learned how to create your own wine, it's up to you to choose your visit and your formula!
A sommelier at the Court of Versailles
The address was not chosen at random. This private mansion, now classified as a Historic Monument belonged in the XVIIIth century to Sieur Trudon who made candles, candles, torches and torches for the Cour de Versailles. When the corks were sealed with wax, Trudon became "wax maker and … sommelier to King Louis XV ".
Access and contact
Metro: Line 1 : Louvre Rivoli Line 7: Pont Neuf
RER A & B : Chatelet les Halles
Days and opening hours
All year round between 2 pm and 6 pm. Open on sunday from 14:00 to 17:00.
- Adult: 15 to 34 € (Visit + 1 glass of wine : 15€/person Visit + 3 glasses of wine : 19€/person Visit + 3 glasses of wine + bottle with personalized label : 34€/person 2h workshop: 75€/ person).
Group rate available for > 1 people.
- Product tasting
Guided tour languages
Documentation languages (home)
Bulletin board languages
Single mean time tour60 mins
Single services tour
- Guided individual tours available permanently