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Opening of the cellars of the Louvre

01/16

The cellars of the Louvre have been built in the 18th century by the king's sommelier, Trudon. His cellars that then sheltered the wi­nes served to the Court of France were linked to the Louvre by a tunnel. A few centuries later, these cellars are still dedicated to wine. A team of enthusiasts decided to open them to the public for the first time by proposing a unique experience to discover wine through the five senses. A place to discover for all the wine and old Paris lover...

52, rue de l'Arbre Sec, 75001 Paris,
2 mn from the Louvres