10 Of The Best Natural Wine Shops In Paris

What better place to try natural wine than its birthplace?

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While natural wine has grown in popularity around the world in recent years, France produces the widest range and was the first place to define what it means for wine to be truly natural.

Paris, in particular, has come to prize lesser-known winemakers with expertise in natural varieties and is home to countless natural wine shops with experienced connoisseurs and large selections.

Natural wines are said to have a lighter, fruitier taste than other wines and are additive-free (unlike organic wines, which can have additives as long as they are certified organic,) making them a healthier alternative. To see what all the hype is about, check out these 10 natural wine shops in Paris.

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Caves Augé

116 Bd Haussmann, 75008 Paris, France

Founded in 1850, Caves Augé is one of the oldest wine shops in Paris – Marcel Proust was a regular! The interior hasn’t changed much since it opened, featuring patterned tiles and walls packed with an extensive range of rare vintage bottles. The shop specializes in natural wines, with a collection from over 1,000 different growers. Tasting days are hosted one Saturday per month, so interested customers can visit and try an assortment of wines from the stock.

Inside Caves Augé
Inside Caves Augé. Photo by cavesauge on Instagram

Mi-Fugue Mi-Raisin

36-38 Rue Delambre, 75014 Paris, France

Mi-fugue Mi-raisin is a natural wine and baroque music shop, selling a unique combination of records and wine bottles. The owners maintain close relationships with the wine growers they source from, and can tell you a lot about their production methods if you’re curious. They also meticulously choose vineyards that are environmentally conscious and share their passion for natural varieties.

Exterior of Mi-fugue, Mi-raisin
Exterior of Mi-fugue, Mi-raisin. Photo by Mi-fugue, Mi-raisin Facebook

La cave des papilles

35 Rue Daguerre, 75014 Paris, France

La Cave des Papilles opened in 2001 with the goal of making wine accessible to everyone. Around 80% of the 1,000+ wines in stock are natural, and some bottles are even less than €10. This local spot sells a large amount of wine from independent growers, always guaranteeing the best quality around. La Cave des Papilles also offers group wine tasting courses to help you discover the best wine for your tastes.

Outside La Cave des Papilles natural wine paris
Outside La Cave des Papilles. Photo by supermk on Instagram

Le Garde Robe

41 Rue de l'Arbre Sec, 75001 Paris, France

Le Garde Robe is a wine bar serving rare natural wines and charcuterie boards made with locally sourced ingredients. You can buy bottles to go, but we recommend sitting at the bar and enjoying the snacks and music with a glass off the ever-changing menu. Le Garde Robe’s stone walls and artfully scuffed wood floors create an intimate vibe perfect for a relaxing evening in Paris. The staff is also quite friendly, so don’t be afraid to ask questions if you’re not sure which wine you want.

Window bar at Le Garde Robe natural wine paris
Window bar at Le Garde Robe. Photo by topparisshops on Instagram

Le Verre Volé

67 Rue de Lancry, 75010 Paris, France

Opened in 2000, Le Verre Volé is a neighborhood favorite wine shop and bistro. The food is made with fresh, seasonal ingredients and there are perfect wine pairings for every meal. The seating is limited, however, so definitely make a reservation if you want to eat here. Le Verre Volé is one of the most buzzworthy hotspots but unpretentious – an excellent place to have a delicious meal and try authentic natural Parisian wines.

Busy night at Le Verre Volé
Busy night at Le Verre Volé. Photo by hasungwoon on Instagram


10 Rue du Grand Prieuré, 75011 Paris, France

Serving both natural wine and artisanal ice cream (made in house,) Folderol quickly becomes a beloved establishment by anyone who learns of it. Wine is sold by the glass or the bottle, and the ice cream menu changes daily, always featuring unique seasonal flavors from carrot cake to spicy watermelon. Savory snacks are on offer as well, for those who aren’t quite sold on the dessert and wine combo yet.

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La Cave de L’Insolite

49 Rue de la Folie Méricourt, 75011 Paris, France

La Cave de L’Insolite is a spacious bistro with a warm, inviting atmosphere – think antique wooden chairs and dim lighting. The menu is mostly made up of small plates specially curated to pair with the collection of wines available. Pick a bottle directly off the shelves to have with your meal, and rest assured each one is made from hand-harvested grapes sourced from small vineyards. The staff is also particularly friendly and happy to help you find what you’re looking for if you aren’t sure what you want.

Interior of Le Cave de L’Insolite natural wine paris
Interior of Le Cave de L’Insolite. Photo by linsolitedeparis on Instagram

Septime la Cave

3 Rue Basfroi, 75011 Paris, France

Around the corner from the Michelin-starred restaurant, Septime, lies Septime la Cave, a cozy wine bar housed in a former shoe repair shop. Here, the specialty is charcuterie snacks and natural wine from small producers. Most importantly, Septime la Cave is a far cry from the elitist wineries that make you feel out of place if you aren’t a connoisseur. Every day there are 10 wine choices available by glass, and the amiable staff will help you find one with the flavor profile you’re looking for.

The bar at Septime la Cave natural wine paris
The bar at Septime la Cave. Photo by robbie_m_ on Instagram

Crus et Découvertes

7 Rue Paul Bert, 75011 Paris, France

Opened in 2003, Crus et Découvertes is run by passionate owner, Mikael Lemasle, who takes pride in his ever-so-carefully curated collection of all natural wines. There’s something for everyone here, from rare bottles to the more well-known selections. The shop hosts occasional tastings as well, for those looking to try a bit of everything.

Inside Crus et Découvertes natural wine paris
Inside Crus et Découvertes. Photo by ysk_tokyo on Instagram

La Cave de Belleville

51 Rue de Belleville, 75019 Paris, France

Local gem La Cave de Belleville is an épicerie, wine shop, and bistro all in one. Among the floor-to-ceiling shelves full of French and international bottles and packaged meats and cheeses is a small dining area with charmingly mismatched chairs and exposed brick walls. Sit down and enjoy wine by the glass with tapas, or shop around and create your own wine and charcuterie night to go.

Épicerie section of La Cave de Bellville
Épicerie section of La Cave de Bellville. Photo by charlottevinet on Instagram
Meghan St. Pierre

Content Editor Associate

Meghan is a native of South Florida who loves nature and landscape photography. Her favorite travel activities are getting lost in new cities and trying local desserts. She has been to 22 countries, and her favorites have been Sweden and Denmark so far.

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