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Paris Wine Events & Tastings

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Through December
Rech, the Parisian seafood restaurant of Alain Ducasse, will feature a Brittany menu (80 €) through December 2016. Dishes include Parmentier-style 'Princesse de Kermancy' oysters served with Noirmoutier mashed potatoes and an herb condiment; lightly seared line-caught hake with confit onions from Roscoff, sautéed wild broccoli, onion petals and sea goose-berries; small scale fishing monkfish, two way artichokes; Curé Nantais cheese; and Kouign-amann (crispy traditional cake made of puff pastry, covered with a butter-sugar glaze). To accompany this menu, sommelier Romain Loriot suggests two Muscadet served in a magnum, the Terre de Pierre by Pierre Luneau-Papin and the Monnières by Dominique Martin. Rech, 62, av. des Ternes, 75017 Paris, 01 45 72 29 47.
 

Ongoing
The Musée du Vin Paris (Paris Wine Museum) hosts wine tasting classes in the cellars. Classes are taught in French or English. For more information, visit the official website. Musée du Vin Paris, 5 Square C. Dickens, 75016 Paris, 01 40 50 91 22.
 
Fridays
At Bistrot du Sommelier, Philippe Faure-Brac has catered to patrons since 1984. On Friday, he showcases a vineyard and its wines: a special menu with five glasses of wine costs €50 at lunch and €75 at dinner. Bistrot du Sommelier, 97, bd Haussmann, 75008 Paris, 01 42 65 24 85.
 

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