Paris has ten or so vineyards out of the 132 in the Paris region. They bear witness to the wine-producing past of the city

Vignoble, Parc George Brassens, Paris © OTCP - Amélie Dupont

Paris has ten or so vineyards (in Montmartre, Belleville, Bercy, etc.) out of 132 in the Paris region. A historic tradition dating back to Gallo-Roman times, the capital’s vineyards are an original place for tourists to visit.

Clos Montmartre - Vigne de Montmartre

Street, area of interest
Rue des Saules, Paris, 75018

La Vigne de Montmartre is the oldest vineyard in the capital. It consists of the the most classic varieties of the wine-producing......

Clos de Bercy - Vigne du Parc de Bercy

Street, area of interest
1 rue Joseph Kessel, Paris, 75012

The wine and spirits storehouses of the Cour Saint-Emilion, the cobbles, the tracks, the century-old trees and of course the......

Clos de Belleville - Vigne du Parc de Belleville

Street, area of interest
Parc de Belleville - Rue des Couronnes, Paris, 75020

The history of Belleville is strongly linked to wine. In memory of the wine-producing past of the district, on this hill, which......