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La cave de Belleville

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Tucked away in the heights of Belleville since 2015, the wine shop owned by Thomas Perlmutter (a former pharmacist) and François Braouezec (a former sound engineer) has become a mainstay of good wines over the last decade! Their giant wine collection fills the shop’s big shelves, composed of 1,500 labels of biodynamic or natural wines: L’Or des Schistes, a Saint-Chinian red from the Domaine de Clairic (€20), a mineral Montlouis-sur-Loire from the Domaine Vallée Moray (€18), and Les Pouches, a Saumur-Champigny from Sylvain Dittière (€30). You could also opt for carefully chosen beers (like the Icauna pale ale from Popihn sold at €5 for 440 ml) or, if you’re hungry, there’s a small épicerie section with canned goods, charcuterie and cheeses. Also worth mentioning: Thursday nights are regional tasting nights with a blind quiz game. // Adrien Bir 

The bullet-proof bottle: L’Avant Garde, a Gard Syrah Grenache blend from the Domaien Julian (€16). 

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