Wine shop

L’Etiquette: wine shop and a "cave à manger"*

Since 2012 – and always, in fact – we have been raising awareness of 'real' wines ((organic, biodynamic and S.A.I.N.S. wines (without any Input or Sulphite "added")).

In 2019, L’Etiquette also became a « cave à manger »*. We also have available our cellar room which can be reserved for private tastings.


Wine tastings – an experience for your senses

Our wine tastings—in English ‘with a French accent’—are focused on what your senses are experiencing and there’s none of the usual wine snobbery vocabulary. We like to chat and exchange with you. Wines are tasted 'blind' and there’s always a bottle of conventional wine included. The difference is astonishing and considerable. Our tastings are based on 25 years of conversations with winemakers.

We explain perception, sensation.  And we use props to help you really taste wine—empty bottles, photos, stones—and even salt!  We encourage questions and debate as we are not there to give you a lecture on wine.

You will taste at least three organic/natural wines (red and/or white and/or sparkling) and one conventional wine so you can note the difference.

Tastings last around 1 - 1.5 hours, depending on how many questions you have.

This experience is suitable for everyone: from beginners to more advanced.

Tastings cost 30 € per person, payment in cash. 

For groups of six or more, our cellar can be privatised (six wines with snacks, tastings start at 8 pm). 60 € per person, in cash please.

Please contact us with your dates and times so we can check our diary (avoiding weekends between 4 pm and 8 pm if possible).


* Until further notice, alcohol can only be consumed on the premises if accompanied by a meal.


Alcotests are available here.
Please present your ‘pass sanitaire’ if you wish to consume at a terrace table.

Until further notice, alcohol can only be consumed on the premises if accompanied by a meal.

Alcohol abuse is harmful for health (especially if it contains chemicals). Consume in moderation.
 Image credits:

Mathieu Duveau
Yan Darçon
Eric Lethielleux
L'Etiquette's customers