Cave de Trinquetaille

Cave de Trinquetaille (Arles)

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A shop for wine and good music! At the Cave de Trinquetaillle, owner Vincent Lozanne displays his beautiful, mainly organic finds (an Alsatian Pinot blanc from Marc and Antoine Kreydenweiss for €17.50 a bottle, a Fleurie from the Domaine de Fa for €24.20, Brise-Cailloux, a Cornas from Matthieu Barret for €47.30…), not to mention a handful of well-chosen records – Isaac Hayes, Nirvana, Supertramp… Plus a short selection of boxed wines (including a Gard red from the Domaine Saint-Alban at €20 for 5 liters) and fine rums (El Dorado from Demerara Distillers for €69.80, Jamaica from La Compagnie des Indes for €55.90…), all of which are spread out over a gigantic 150 m2 space, where you can cozy up around the central miniature bar once night falls. // Antoine Antoine 

The bullet-proof bottle: Kalamite, a Gard Grenache Cinsault from Frédéric Agneray (€16.20). 

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