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Opening of the cellars of the Louvre


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