Where To Buy Wine, Liquor, & Beer In Paris

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Over the next few minutes we will all be going on a deep dive into where you can buy wine, liquor, and beer in Paris together. Our only real objective is to cover as much as we can in this alcohol guide.

Kicking this off will be a list of the best liquor stores and wine shops in your area. Those that are ready to go pick up a bottle of vodka, tequila, wine, or a case of beer will be filled in first so they can get the party started soon.

Once the stores are out of the way we will get into the best local breweries and beer bars, and a list of Paris wine bars will follow that up. Wineries and vineyards will get a shout out, and we will round this all out by mentioning some of the best happy hours near you to buy cheap alcoholic drinks after work is over.

Towards the end you will find an alcohol map for your area with all of the various venues we are mentioning pinned on it. Feel free to look through more of our European local liquor guides there if you like.

Best Liquor Stores & Wine Shops In Paris

Our favorite liquor stores and wine shops in Paris to buy vodka, tequila, a case of beer, or a bottle of wine would be:

Ampelos offers an excellent assortment of Loire wines, champagnes, and spirits. Esprit 50 cl is a sommelier that specializes in spirits, champagnes, and fine wines.

The Whiskey offers over 350 different Scottish whiskeys in addition to other drinks. Since 1956 La Maison du Whisky has specialized in French whisky and spirits.

Les Caves Taillevent stocks over 2,000 wines and spirits ranging from the popular to the elusive appellations. Their sommeliers will help you choose the right drinks among the great classics, celebrated vintages, unusual labels, and rising stars.

If you are searching for a broad selection of natural wine references in your area that come straight from the producers as well as champagne, whiskey, and spirits head to The Taste Buds Cellar.

Breweries & Beer Bars Near You

There are some nice breweries and beer bars in town like:

The Brasserie de la Goutte d’Or provides take-out from 4pm to 7pm Tuesday through Saturday and has about 20 growler options available in 33cL, 75cL, and 1L options. You can be qualified to get free delivery if you buy 24 bottles and you can also earn a 10% discount on 48 bottles.

Wine Bars In Paris

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Paris wine bars are a great place to relax with friends as well as being good options for a date night:

You may choose your wine from over 250 references to take away or drink on-site accompanied by generous platters or à la carte dishes at The Barav. They also boast a vast assortment of wines by the glass that changes on a regular basis.

Wineries & Vineyards In Your Area

Head to one of these wineries or vineyards near you to see how the sausage gets made:

Les Vignerons Parisiens is a winemaking cellar in the city center that opened in 2015. La Vigne de Montmartre is the capital’s oldest vineyard and it features the most iconic varietals from the country’s wine-producing regions.

The Winery is a wine house that offers bold products and experiences to commemorate the cities return as the modern wine capital. Their blend wines are crafted from grapes grown in one of the best terroirs in France.

Best Local Happy Hours

You can buy cheaper alcoholic drinks if you know when and where the best Paris happy hours are:

Explore signature drinks recommended by the bartender from dry to sweet, fruity, sour, bitter, short, and long at Arbane Bar Cocktail Club. They also sell a variety of classic liquors near you and you can enjoy all cocktails at half price during their great local happy hour from 6:30pm to 9pm.

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We wish we had more to share but we will try to keep this page as up to date as we can. Hopefully you learned at least a little something about all of the local liquor stores, wine shops, breweries, beer bars, wine bars, wineries, vineyards, and happy hours in your area.

Don’t be afraid to let us know if you found anything incorrect on this page in the comments, we want to keep this info as accurate as we can. Now go have fun drinking wine, liquor, or beer in Paris.

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