Founded in 2012 by Joshua Adler, Paris Wine Company is a wine exporter based in ….you guessed it….Paris.
Paris Wine Company works with a network of distributors to connect wine lovers with great winemakers and delicious wines.
Vignerons in the Paris Wine Family work with minimal intervention in the vineyard and the traditional winemaking techniques to produced balanced, elegant wines that are redefining the direction of French wine.
Paris Wine Company selections are available at your local wine shop, favorite restaurant, or directly to your door.
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Our wines come from vignerons that embrace traditional winemaking methods, who are working with a deep respect for terroir : the ‘new France’ that is embracing ‘old world’ traditions. These producers tend to work organically in the vineyard and with minimal intervention in the cellar.
We’re looking for wines with personality and a distinctive sense of place, wines that will mark the moment, from a weeknight dinner to a special occasion. We’re looking for wines that go well with food, wines that are easy to drink, and where the first empty bottle leads easily to the second.
We like wines that taste good. Doesn't everybody?
Our wine is currently distributed in: CA, CO, CT, IL, MA, MN, ND, NY, NJ, OR, RI, SC, SD, TX, VT, WA, WI, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom.
In Massachusetts (Arborway), Vermont (802 Distributors), Connecticut (Ancona's Wines & Liquors), Rhode Island (Best Beverage)
In New York and New Jersey:
In California (Mission Wine Merchants), Oregon (PDX Wine), Colorado (Anvil Wine), and Washington (Vin2U)
In South Carolina (McCarus Beverage Company, Curated Selections) and Texas (Henderson Selections):
We distribute our wines to some of the finest retailers and restaurants around the country - and we’re working on increasing our points of sale. Want to know where to find the wines? Email us and we'll put you in touch with a retailer who can sell the wine to you.
Josh learned about wine the old-fashioned way - tasting Pinot Noir in 18th-century cellars in Burgundy’s Côte d’Or. After a stint leading bicycle tours in French wine regions, he worked as the wine director at Bi-Rite Market in San Francisco and Restaurant Spring in Paris before starting Paris Wine Company in 2012.
If you have an hour with nothing better to do, you can listen to Levi Dalton’s 2014 interview with Josh for his podcast I’ll Drink to That.
Francesca first got the wine bug after a gruelling hike through Cahors somehow ended up at a winery. She initially moved to Paris to finish a B.A/M.A. in Political Science from Johns Hopkins and Sciences Po, and has lived there for over 10 years. She joined Paris Wine Company in early 2014. Her ideal last meal would be white Burgundy and mac n’cheese.
After New York and Seoul, Ryan studied anthropology at Northwestern University, and culinary arts at Ferrandi in Paris. Before joining the team, he spent a few years as a cook in French gastronomy.