Wine your way through the Marais and discover the Marais' secret vineyard on this highly original wine walk.
Wine your way through the Marais
The hidden vineyard of the charming Joseph Mignaret garden in the heart of the Marais is a surprising discovery. The 'Marais', which means swamp, drained in the 12th century, primarily produced market vegetables, but there were vines here too. An extensive vineyard attached to the Hotel Royal Saint Pol produced wines in the Middle Ages, so the history of the vine here is as old as the quarter's history.
Join us for this exceptional experience as we meander through one of Paris' oldest quarters and explore another aspect of the role the vine still plays in the urban landscape. An exclusive wine tasting (with cheeses, bread and seasonal vegetables) on the Ile Saint Louis reflecting the flavours of the varietals planted here will complete this unique outing.