wine tastings

Paris Food & Wine Events

Regular Occurrences 

  • Every Friday night: a free wine tasting every Friday night – their weekly happy hour “Wine Down” – at La Dernière Goutte from 5-7:30pm at 6 rue de Bourbon de Chateau, 75006.
  • Every Saturday morning: an introduction to coffee cupping at Belleville Brûlerie. Space is limited to 8 people and reservations are required. Tickets for the tasting are 20€ per person and include a sack of freshly roasted beans to take home.  Starts 11:30am at 10 rue Pradier, 75019.

Coming Soon

  • January 31: day drink with The Chamber, a private cocktail club, at Tea & Tipples.  Sweet and savory nibbles will be available, plus bubbly, cocktails and tea. From 3:30-5:30pm at a private residence in Montmartre, 75018. Booking is required and costs 34€ for members & 54€ for non-members.
  • January 31:  stop by to sample a menu of Japanese Drinking Food from Emperor Norton, inspired by their recent spate of eating in Tokyo. From 8pm at Red House, 1 bis rue de la Forge Royale, 75011.
  • February 1: four local bartenders (Amanda Boucher, Sullivan Doh, Guillaume Leblanc, Tim Ward) will be battling it out in a closing act to Paris Cocktail Week. Shaun Kelly (ex-Yard & Au Passage) will be making Sloppy Joes. From 8pm at Red House, 1 bis rue de la Forge Royale, 75011.
  • February 6-8: Sugar Paris returns for the second year of a salon devoted to all things sweet. You can expect a treats bar, demos, cupcake demos for kids, and opportunities to purchase bakeware and other supplies. From 10am-7pm at the Grande Halle de la Villette at 221 avenue Jean Jaurès, 75019.
  • February 7: a Petit Salon for liqueurs, sweet natural wines & veiled wines at all locations of Julhès this weekend. Registration is required and can be done by e-mailing event@julhesparis.com. From 2:30-7:00pm at 28 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, 54 rue du Faubourg Saint Denis, and 59 rue du Faubourg Saint Martin, 75010.
  • February 19 – March 9: spin the bottle with Laura Vidal & Harry Cummins from the Paris Pop-Up at  Le Jeu de la Bouteille at Table Ronde. Laura will opening up special wines from Burgundy during the  first week, the Loire the second, and will finish with “unknown” wines from small producers in France, Spain and Italy. Harry will pair 5 seasonal courses each week. 16 spaces only per night that can be reserved in advance directly through Table Ronde. Tickets are 45€ per person for 5 courses without wine at lunch and 100-125€  (depending on the week) for 5 courses with wine pairings at dinner.
  • February 21-March 1: the annual Salon de l’Agriculture will be held at the Porte de Versailles expo center, featuring thousands of prize-hungry animals, ranging from pigeons to two-ton bulls, plus an entire hall devoted to sampling and buying products from the many distinct regions of France.
  • February 28: day drink with The Chamber, a private cocktail club, at Tea & Tipples.  Sweet and savory nibbles will available, plus bubbly, cocktails and tea. From 3:30-5:30pm at a private residence in Montmartre, 75018. Booking is required and costs 34€ for members & 54€ for non-members.
  • March 8-10:  Omnivore, the food festival devoted to “young cuisine” returns from their world tour even bigger and and more international than before. In addition to the Sweet, Savory, Artisan and Beverage scenes, there will be a “Street Food” scene for the first time featuring tacos, bao, fish & chips and more. 39€ for a one-day pass and 99€ for all three days. From 9:30am-6pm at Maison de la Mutualité, 24 rue Saint Victor, 75005.

Planning Ahead

  • March 20: The annual Jour du Macaron to celebrate  macarons and raise money for charity. A single macaron is “free” in exchange for a charitable donation at Pierre Hermé and many other pastry shops. Expect long lines at any of these shops today.
  • June 5-6: the Salon de Vin RDF will welcome hundreds of winemakers to the Palais de Brongniart for 2 days of tastings.
  • Late SeptemberLa Fête de la Gastronomie, a 3 day celebration of Gallic gastronomy, will be taking place throughout France. The hundreds of events both in Paris and outside include markets, tastings, classes, picnics and more.
  • Mid-OctoberThe Fête des Vendanges de Montmartre celebrates the harvest of the neighborhood’s 1,200+ grape vines with a literary themed festival including poetry slams, a parade, singing children,  and over 100 food and wine stalls.
  • Late October-Early November: the annual Salon du Chocolat will take place at the Porte de Versailles.
  • Late January: La Fête de la Coquille, celebrating coquilles Saint-Jacques (sea scallops) and other seafood at an outdoor tasting festival in Montmartre.

Have an event to share? Send us an email at parisbymouth@gmail.com

16 thoughts on “Paris Food & Wine Events”

  1. Thanks for the detailed list Meg. Looks like I found this blog just in time for the holiday events! The Turkey Pot Luck is such a wonderful idea. Gets people together and allows those without families to enjoy the holiday with others instead of by themselves. Plus, imagine all the various eateries you would even know about if you stuck with the same dishes year after year.

  2. You do not have an invitation to the “Clan des Madonnes” (Sunday night 22H)?
    Reserve a spot for the Fooding is really more complicated than book a table at Yam’Tcha ;-)

  3. A amazing wine event take place in this restaurant! I went there and it was very friendly. The sommelier has done all his studies in wine and is a real passionate! + its not expensive at all!

  4. One on our calender you might be interested in is Le Grand Tasting at the Carrousel du Louvre (30 Nov to 1st December). Entrance a bit pricey but lots and lots of wine!

  5. Has anyone tried to book tickets for Paris des Chefs via the link on their website? It leads to FNAC where it says “aucun resultat trouvé”. Very French.

  6. Hi Dana,
    There’s a tasting from 11-6pm at Les Caves Augé, but we’re not yet sure what’s happening at night. Surely, something fun. We’ll update the page as soon as we know more!
    Meg

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