• 15, quai de la Tournelle - 75005 Paris
  • Tel : +33 (0)1 43 54 23 31
  • E-mail : resa@tourdargent.com
  • Valet
  • Closed : Sundays & Mondays
  • Metro station : Pont Marie

At 7pm, the evening will start with a visit of the historical cellars where you will discover an incredible collection of old vintages. At the end of this visit, you will taste a glass of Champagne Tour d’Argent in the splendid gardens of the Jacobins Convent.


At 8 pm, welcomed by our Maîtres d’hôtel, you will enter the chapel of the Jacobins Convent founded in 1475, a listed heritage jewel where you will discover the tables set up according to the ritual of the Tour d’Argent and where a Bach sonata played by a talented cellist will resound. A musical interlude where emotion and virtuosity will be combined.


This will be followed by a unique dinner, created by our Chef Yannick Franques, one of the best craftsmen in France, accompanied by prestigious wines specially chosen for this exceptional moment by the hosts of the place, Pierre-Henry and Thibault Gagey. A magical and absolutely exceptional moment.


The next day, you will be invited to a private visit of the spectacular winery followed by a tasting around the villages of Gevrey-Chambertin and Puligny-Montrachet with first and great wines of exception. An extraordinary tasting that will conclude an unforgettable experience.


The story begins in 1826 when the Jadot family bought its first plot of land in Beaune, the Premier Cru des Ursules. In 1859, Louis Henry Denis Jadot created the eponymous house in the center of Beaune in the heart of the vineyard.

Under the impulse of Louis Henry, the name Louis Jadot began to be known, mainly in the North of France and in Belgium. He developed the wine trade and contributed to the worldwide reputation of Burgundy wines and the name Louis Jadot. His son Louis Jean Baptiste, acquired emblematic parcels such as the great wines Chevalier Montrachet les Demoiselles, Corton Charlemagne or Corton Pougets.


Today, this renowned House is managed by the Gagey family, represented by a third generation of winemakers including Pierre-Henry, the president, and his son, Thibault.

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