The new cuvées of our Sommelier Thursdays

The new cuvées of our Sommelier Thursdays

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In the heart of the Latin Quarter and Saint-Germain-des-Prés, situated amidst arthouse and experimental cinemas, antique shops, bookshops and cafés, your Hotel Les Bulles de Paris invites you to enjoy a timeless, festive, sparkling and elegant Paris; a Paris that is so well epitomised by champagne. To discover all its secrets, don’t miss our Sommelier Thursdays.

 

Sommelier Thursdays are back

To help you make the most of your experience at the Hotel Les Bulles de Paris, we have created convivial spaces where you are invited to spend special moments. Our champagne bar and tasting room are part of the warm hospitality we offer. On Thursdays, we also organise a sommellerie meeting hosted by our champagne specialist oenologist, Sylvie Schindler. These tasting sessions reveal all the secrets of the bubbly nectar and each will present champagnes ranging from the well-known to the distinctly out of the ordinary.

 

The programme of our Sommelier Thursdays

To tickle your taste buds with a sense of anticipation, let's lift the veil on the programme of our next themed sessions. After celebrating the start of the season with Laurent Perrier Grand Siècle, we’ll be marking the 50th anniversary of Apollo 12 on November 14th by tasting the William de Deutz cuvée and Billecart Salmon's astonishing Sous-Bois cuvée. Then we prepare for the holidays on December 12th with two great houses, Lanson and Bollinger. Then it’s time for thinking about New Year resolutions on January 30th with two more must-tastes, the famous Veuve Clicquot Extra Brut / Extra Age and the sublime Dom Pérignon Vintage 2008. You can, of course, discover the programme for spring 2020 in the pages of our blog.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us to register for our Sommelier Thursdays so you can share conviviality with us around a glass of champagne. All in the Parisian spirit!

 

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Les Bulles de Paris, a unique hotel dedicated to Champagne in the heart of Quartier Latin