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The Best Wine Bars & Shops of Paris

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I recently purchased the book The Best Wine Bars & Shops of Paris by Pierrick Jegu for the next time I find myself wandering around the city of enlightenment. Although I have yet to thoroughly dig through this helpful resource, I am curious to hear other users' personal experiences of their favorite wine spots in Paris. My Vinfolio colleague, Levi Hensel, recommends the wine shop Lavina which also has an outlet in Barcelona. My curiosity is drawn to "L'Estaminet d'Aromes et Cepages" which is located in the Marche des Enfants-Rouges, the oldest covered market in Paris. It looks like a nice relaxed spot that is removed from the urban bustle and also offers a selection of organic wines.

Any suggestions or anecdotes?

Here is a link to Dr Vino's favorite Parisian wine shops and wine bars.
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