We don’t know about you, but sometimes the phrase ‘wine bar’ fills us with terror. Not because we don’t like wine (c’mon) but because sometimes it can be intimidating.
Wine experts are terrifying: all the sniffing and understanding minute differences between regions and flavours and winemakers.
That’s why Juveniles wine bar in Paris is great; it’s not just for wine nerds. Owned by a Scottish man, Juveniles is a very low-key appearing place – it looks like you could be over at your auntie’s house.
While tasting the extensive range of wines, you can also snack on tapas and – if you’re brave/hungry enough – haggis.
Juveniles is at 47 rue de Richelieu, Paris.