Deluxe Drivers wants you to discover the best of France, and a good example is its wonderful wines. We propose you a great evening of wine-tasting in a magnificent famous cellar in the precious Gallery Vivienne. The Caves Legrand Filles & Fils will welcome you with a private English-speaking expert to taste an exquisite selection of luxury wines accompanied by the finest charcuteries and a Master Craftsmen’s variety of cheeses. Legrand cellar is recognized as one of the best wine shops in Paris with a tradition that dates back to 1900. This tasting tour was created for the delight of beginners and experts wishing to try sublime wine swigs. Having experienced this unique degustation, we are sure you will make the difference between a regular wine and a real good one.
This tasting includes: the discovery of 6 exceptional wines from the gourmet season, 1 set of meats from the House Hardouin, cheeses from the House Quatrehomme and traditional breads.Tasting session every Saturday night at 20:30, reservation at least 4 days in advance.
Do not miss the opportunity of visiting this piece of art passage in the heart of the Financial quarter in Paris during this luxury Wine tasting Paris private guided tour. Built in 1823 by the arquitect François-Jean Delannoy, Gallerie Vivienne belongs to the historical national monuments since 1974. Admire its tiles and take your time to promenade and make some luxury shopping in this beautiful unique mall. Here you will admire a sumptuous architecture, delicate mosaics and grand statues that have been wonderfully preserved, and you will also notice that shops and restaurants are seriously chic and expensive. The famous French Huate Couture designer Jean-Paul Gaultier opened his first boutique here and it remains his flagship. Moreover, Fashionistas will want to check out the cool designs of Didier Ludot in the fabric emporium Wolff & Descourtis. We invite you here for a full immersion in the Gallerie Vivienne history and atmosphere.
With a fabulous location in the Passage des Panoramas, the first indoors passage in Paris (1799), l’Arbre à Cannelle offers an indoor-outdoor terasse that lets you enjoy the light through the passage ways’ glass ceiling. Before your wine tasting evening, sit and relax with a cup of tea near the Opera and Bourse quarters. Closed on Sunday. Your Deluxe Drivers licensed guide will make a very friendly visit, pretty interesting since he will take you through the history of the royal palace with covered walkways. Moreover, you’ll find nice desue shops. Let your guide take to a timeless parisian place…