Best Wine Bars And Shop Of Paris

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Best Wine Bars And Shop Of Paris:

  • The notable wines offered by each shop are highlighted, and there are lots of places that serve light meals, or even something more substantial, making "The Best Wine Bars and Shops of Paris" a great restaurant guide, too.
  • Paperback
  • 176 pages

Measurements: 4¾" x 6"

Care: Wipe with a dry cloth

Published: May 6, 2008

**Official book description:**

In this guide, you will find everything from establishments that have been serving Paris for a century or two to neighborhood cellars, conventional purveyors, hipster hangouts, and even ventures-as the French publisher says-with no "complexes" whatsoever. Some places have the traditional barrels on the sidewalk, old-fashioned wooden cubbyholes for storing the bottles, creaking floorboards, and shopkeepers in starched white aprons; others have ultramodern decor, sleek and streamlined design, waitstaff in jeans and sneakers. Beyond appearances, each cellar has its own approach, its own philosophy, and producers it swears by. One merchant may carry prestigious luxury vineyards; a second, bargain terroir wines; the third, 100 percent organic vintages; a fourth may offer wines for collectors. This is a cross-section of fifty reputable and distinctive shops and an excellent map for those wishing to navigate the wine merchants of Paris. The notable wines offered by each shop are highlighted, and there are lots of places that serve light meals-or even something more substantial-making The Best Wine Bars & Shops of Paris a great restaurant guide, too.

Material: Paperback

Care: Wipe with a dry cloth

Brand: Random House

Origin: Imported

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