Cheese shop & cheese bar
Guided cheese and wine tastings in Paris
Cheese making class
In a 17th century cheese cellar in the heart of Paris, Paroles de Fromagers (=”voice of cheesemakers”) will take you to an incredible cheese and wine tasting experience. You will learn the subtlety of tasting exceptional cheeses, and of pairing them with wonderful wines.
(And the cheese expert is also a wine grower!)
Cheese & wine bar
It is always time for cheese! Well seatted in our alpine style cheese & wine bar, enjoy our selections of wines, charcuterie, cheeses and house made desserts!
Guided tastings & workshop
You will learn the subtil art of pairing wine and cheese with our Fromager Affineur, expert in caseology and in wine pairings, at the authentic 17th century cheese cellar of one of the most beautiful cheese shop of Paris !
Discover the amazing diversity of french cheeses at our shop.
Our english speaking cheese experts love to share their passion for cheese aging, pairing, making…
Catering & Events
Ask our cheese and wine experts to set up a cheese and wine buffet or a platter for a brunch, lunch, diner or any event. With an optional introduction to caseology (how cheese is made, how to taste it like a professional, how to pick the right wine or side to go with it… etc )
Pierre Brisson (your cheese and wine guide)
Pierre was born and raised in a family run vineyard in the south of Burgondy (Morgon les Charmes – Domaine Brisson). This was his first job before dedicating his life to his beloved cheeses. Wine lovers can be reassured: the wine will not be forgotten!
Paroles de Fromagers
Literally, Paroles de Fromagers means “The voice of cheese makers”.
We are cheese, but also wine professionals in Paris.
Cheese and wine tasting in a Paris cheese cellar, cheese and wine buffet with a possibility of the cheese and the wine maker to serve and to present his art, …
There is a beautiful complexity in the taste of cheese and wine.
Most of the time when you think about doing a wine and cheese tasting workshop, you would naturally imagine that the wine would occupy the main subject and the cheese would come on the side to complement it. Here we turn this tasting upside down:
Cheese is the main subject and the wine will highlight it!