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Wine Museum

200 meters from the Eiffel Tower on the bank of the River Seine, is the Wine Museum in cellars preserved from the 14th century.

14th Century monks named "the Bonshommes" cultivated a vineyard on the top of nearby Chaillot Hill, and made a famous wine, much appreciated by royalty in those days, in the cellars where the "Wine Museum" is now located.


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Address: Caveau des Échansons

Rue des Eaux - 5, square Charles Dickens
City: Paris
Postcode: 75016
Phone: 01 45 25 63 26
Fax: 01 40 50 91 22
Added: October 1st 2002

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