Wine tasting in Paris: a luxury stag weekend

As we all know, France is renowned for producing some of the finest wine on Earth, and among the towering buildings of Paris, wine is the drink of choice. Where better to go on a stag weekend for the more sophisticated gentleman?

Stag weekends don’t all have to be about strippers and beer, but this pre-conception can put off the more discerning man from having one. This is a shame, as the tradition of a stag party is a fine one: one last hoo-ra before getting married in whatever form you like. For a more luxurious stag weekend, a wine tasting tour of Paris easily fits the bill. Visiting a number of different bistros and restaurants from the Left Bank to Montmartre, and perhaps a visit to one of the royal cellars near the Louvre is a delightful way to see out the final days of bachelorhood in possibly the classiest city in Europe.

If you feel like venturing further afield, the stag weekend in Paris could turn into a small road-trip, visiting different vineyards close by to see where the grapes are grown, and the wine is made, as well as sampling the taste.

Either way, pre-arranged wine tasting tours of Paris and the surrounding area are easily booked, and many stag companies are looking to attract more upmarket customers and offering such tours, so if you’re best man to a groom that insists he doesn’t want a stag do, because he’s not into that sort of thing, perhaps suggest a wine tasting stag weekend in Paris.

Nick Lewis writes for Eclipse Ski, a Brighton based ski holidays agency.

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Comments (2)

  1. Fantastic idea. Also a great idea for a hen party. My group of girlfriends all love a glass or two of rouge and what better place to try them all out than Paris! :)

  2. irene says:

    sounds like a nice way to celebrate doesn’t need to be confined to stag and hen weekends either!

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