Clos Montmartre

Description du service

Though the vineyards of Montmartre past were considered to be among the best in Paris, the Clos Montmartre today is more of a novelty than a quality wine producer. The vineyard dates from 1932 and produces about 1000 kilos of grapes each year from as many as 27 different varietals. The annual harvest is the occasion for a highly spirited neighbourhood festivity that evokes a kind of village fête. Paris' most famous wine producing vineyard in one of its most visited neighbourhoods. Closed to the public, this exclusive visit includes a comprehensive history of the 'clos' and a tasting of the very rare wine it produces. Minimum 8 participants (combined bookings) There isn’t a tourist to Paris who doesn’t know the ‘Clos Montmartre’. The most celebrated of Paris intra-muros vineyards, the Clos Montmartre epitomises ‘the old Paris’ and contributes greatly to giving one the impression that they are far away from the maddening crowds of the city. This sense of being in the countryside with well-tended vines covering the gentle slope of the ‘clos’ encourages a certain nostalgia for the old Montmartre, glimpses of which are still very much present today. Includes • Private visit to the Clos Montmartre vineyard • History of the vineyard & visit of Montmartre • Background to viticulture and agriculture • Exclusive tasting of the Clos Montmartre wine • Additional tasting of 2 wines in a wine bar 
 Time & Money • 2-4 hours long • 75 € per person vineyard visit & tasting only • Minimum 6 wine enthusiasts • Organic & biodynamic wines • Physically easy (a couple of kilometres of walking) 
 Practical info • Start time 10:30am or 4pm • Every day but Sunday • Please let us know if you have food allergies or intolerances. This tour generally includes gluten (bread), pork (charcuterie), dairy (raw cheese) and fish (ex. oysters, smoked salmon) • 8 wine enthusiasts minimum • Not for children (minimum 16 years old)

Séances à venir

  • Durée variable
  • 75 euros
  • In front of the Church of Saint-Pierre, 2 rue du Mont Cenis, 75018