LLes Caves du Louvre is a unique venue in central Paris. This former royal wine cellar was fully renovated for 2 years to create an attraction meant to enchant and inspire. An event with us is the guarantee of creating memories for a lifetime.
CThe home to the Caves du Louvre was established by King Louis XV’s sommelier. Centuries later, Parisians with a vision brought this place back to life and chose to open it to the public for the first time.
A real winery nestled in central Paris, home to barrels containing wines made from 15 different grape varieties. Absolutely unique, incredibly atmospheric.
An elegant tasting room that will be ideal for a tasting, a meeting or a special dinner.
Dedicated to the sense of touch, you will get to learn about the importance of the soil in wine.
In a breathtaking nest of wood, guests will stimulate their olfactory sense.
With its spectacular table, this is where the magic of our Winemaking workshops operate.
With its little well and beautify vaults, this charming room is where guests get to bottle their wine.
Lights, videos, and color games will stimulate and enchant your eyes.
You know what’s going on there!
l es Caves du Louvre were built in the 18th century. King Louis XV’s sommelier lived upstairs and managed the king’s wine collection from there. At the time, a tunnel would actually connect the Caves du Louvre to the Palais du Louvre, making it easier to transport the wine for the King of France’s festivities. Centuries later, the cellars are still dedicated to wine. But now for the first time, we have decided to open them to the public.
Which we store in our oak barrels in order to make it possible for our guests to blend their very own bespoke wine, either online, at the shop or during one of our memorable winemaking workshops.
A team of dedicated professionals that will help make your experience with us even more special.
That is one vast cellar! A unique venue fully dedicated to learning exploring and making wine.
After 3 years of work, Les Caves du Louvre is now open. A brand new attraction in Paris.