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In a vintage loft style, this wine cellar has become a venue where design is to be consumed without moderation.

After taking several months to renovate some disused commercial premises at the bottom of the Crêt de Roc steps in Rue Roger Salengro, Tom Hebbaz and Jimmy Devas joined forces. They are brothers-in-law, one an interior fitter passionate about renovation, the other a cellarman by training, and together they have developed a resolutely modern wine-cellar concept in a revisited industrial decor in the old city walls. Here, you'll find French and foreign wines, organic wines, a large selection of whiskies and rums, beers, local fruit juices, champagnes.. over 600 different references. To discover gems from small vineyards, there's no better place to go. And for an evening among friends or with colleagues, A vin pas des marches puts on numerous events and themed evenings.

Owners: Tom Hebbaz and Jimmy Devas. Designer: Andy Duret - Eighteen Concept. Service Design trophy in the Commerce Design Saint-Étienne competition 2017

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