Trellis with vines
Bercy Vines - 95€ per person*
(4 hours including cellar wine tasting & wine bar lunch)
Bercy was once the largest wine market world-wide.
There is little left of the bustling wine cellars that received the wine barrels from around the country, arriving daily by river barge via the vast network of canals that join the rivers. But the connection to this area's wine history lives on with vines that still flourish in the park.
The modest vineyard planted in the Parc de Bercy, produces enough grapes to make a few hundred bottles of wine a year. It is also the location of the 'chais' or wine cellars where the grapes from Belleville and the Butte Bergèyre are turned into wines.
Visit to the Bercy vineyard and village
History of Paris' wine market
Background to viticulture and agriculture
Possible tasting of Bercy's wine
Wine bar lunch with tasting of Bercy vineyard varietals
Time & Money
3-4 hours long
95 € per person morning, 85€ afternoon
Exclusive (maximum 8 wine enthusiasts)
Organic & biodynamic wines
Physically easy (a couple of kilometres of walking)
Start time 10am or 4pm
Not available weekends (chais is closed)
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)
4 wine enthusiasts minimum
Not for children (minimum 18 years old)
Your guide may be Geoffrey or Fabrice