A curiosity next to Paris! Discover the wine making process and the history of this unusual site.
The vineyard of Suresnes is one of the most beautiful vineyards and the largest in Ile-de-France.
© Laurence Masson
This site, often unknown to the general public, is a real attraction to tourists. Situated in the heart of town, the vineyard of Suresnes stretches over 1 hectare of land. A great experience, a feast for your tastebuds !
The vineyard produces an average of 5.000 bottles per year, which makes the Clos du Pas Saint-Maurice the biggest vineyard in Ile-de-France.
The Clos-du-Pas Saint Maurice Association, which manages the production and the development of the site, offers regular free visits to the cellar with the winemaker.
- For groups
They take place, by reservation, on Mondays and Tuesdays from 9am to 6pm. Visits take about 45 minutes. Groups must be between 6 and 35 people.
- For individuals
Individuals (less than 6 people) can come on Mondays from 2pm to 7pm without reservation and visit the vineyard on their own.
Suresnes wine is on sale at Suresnes Tourist Office for 10¤ (for the medium-dry) and 13¤ (for the medium-sweet).
A number of wine tasting sessions organised by the Clos-du-Pas-Saint-Maurice Association take place throughout the year during special events in Suresnes (exhibitions, bric-a-brac, Harvest Wine Festival).
+33 (0)1 42 04 96 75
4, rue du Pas Saint-Maurice
- SNCF train : from Paris Saint-Lazare or La Défense, stop at gare de Suresnes Mont Valérien
- Bus: 160, 241, 360, 56
- Car: from le Pont de Suresnes, follow the blue signs: American Military Cemetery and Memorial and continue onto the boulevard du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny, then turn right onto la Rue du Pas Saint Maurice.
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