Au Petit Rozey, the new wine bar in the Batignolles area

Published by Manon C. · Published on 24 January 2020 at 12h27
There’s something new in the Batignolles area! Calling all wine lovers, Au Petit Rozey welcomes you with about fifty references and boards to share with friends.

The Batignolles village welcomes a brand-new bar for nature and organic wine lovers. Called Au Petit Rozey, this small local bar with a vintage façade displaying “Marchandises d’occasion” [Second-hand goods] found under layers of paints, is ready to greet you.

The village can be found inside the premises as well, with bargain-hunted furniture: vintage phone booth, English circus poster from the 19th century, mado buffet, crystal chandelier and counter from the 60s left as it, behind which stands master of the place Stéphane Rozey, a former bookstore keeper who changed his career path for wine about ten years ago.

As for wines, since we’re here for them, Au Petit Rozey mostly highlights natural, organic and biodynamic wines, as well as traditional wines from small and renown winemakers.

About fifty references, most of them being French wines, a selection that changes often, but Au Petit Rozey also welcomes natural Italian, Portuguese and Hungarian wines.

Moving on to food, Au Petit Rozey offers you to pair these nice wines with tasty boards that change with the seasons. Cold cuts (parsley ham, pâté en croute, ham, dry sausage, duck sausage, wild boar truffled mortadella, fennel salami, fouet des salaisons 7 Monts…) and aged cheeses are thoroughly selected from French and foreign producers. Renown names (Laborie, Montalet, Gilles Vérot) rub shoulders with newcomers.

Other delights to share with friends: burrata and grilled vegetables, smoked mozzarella, gorgonzola and Italian vegetables, smoked fishes, beef tongue… as well as mézédés (hummus, broiled sweet bell peppers, green tabbouleh, organic salmon taramasalata…) by Michelin-starred Mediterranean-inspired restaurant Mavrommatis.

In other words, a new local bar to try very soon!

Alcohol abuse is bad for your health, please drink responsibly.

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
From 29 October 2019 to 31 December 2019



    43 Rue Lemercier
    75017 Paris 17

    More informations
    Ouvert du mardi au samedi de 18h à minuit

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