Le Clos Montmartre, Paris

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  • The vineyards still remain edin the back of the montmartre hill, just north of the Montmartre Museum, on a loose slope. I was very interested in the scenery around here because many Impressionist painters have painted it. In montmartre tourism, it would be a loss if you didn't go this far.
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  • Before the Montmartre mound was attached to Paris in 1860, there were vines as early as the 12th century that gave medium-quality wine, often referred to as "Piquette". That is to say a wine a little bitter and slightly tasty. At the time, Montmartre was outside the walls of Paris. Wine and products are zero-rated and drinking outlets called "guinguettes" settled in this place at height, as early as the 18th century. The tradition has never really disappeared and in 1933 vines were replanted with, in particular Gamay, on the current location at the corner of Saint Vincent and Saules streets. Every year the harvest festival, which takes place in October, is the object of celebrations. The wine produced under the name Clos Montmartre is sold at auction to feed the butte's charities. During the harvest, you can visit by pre-registration. The 50-bottle is between 15 and 20 euros. To have tasted, it is good without more. The rest of the time you can see the vineyards when you walk on this side of the north-facing mound, just in front of the cabaret of the "Agile Rabbit". This part of the Butte Montmartre has retained its charm of yesteryear, while just a stone's throw away, the crowds crowd into Norvins Street and the Place du Tertre. To "go up" here you can "go down" to the metro station "Lamarck Caulaincourt" line 12 . Then you have to arm yourself with courage by taking the street Constantin Pecqueur which starts from Caulaincourt Street, then go up to the mound by the charming street Saint Vincent , or 250 meters.
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