L’Atelier du Vin has been designing and manufacturing exclusive wine tools .
Our family business is now the specialist in oenology, from cellar to the table.
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When design becomes reality…
With its expert knowledge of every step of the process from idea to production, L’Atelier du Vin works with its designers, engineers, metalworkers, fine woodworkers and glassblowers to cultivate a unique and resolutely French savoir-faire.
Personalize your Wine Tools.
For a unique and refined gift, give or treat yourself to L’Atelier du Vin’s personalized Wine Tools, for sublime tastings.
Advice and News
Of all the sparkling white wines produced in the world, a French one and an Italian one are particularly popular. However, the two are often confused. So, what’s the difference between champagne and prosecco? Could you tell the two apart in a blind-tasting session? L’Atelier du Vin has all the answers!
In oenology, it is important to know how wine is produced to fully understand and appreciate the subtleties of each wine you taste. This comprehensive winemaking guide explains each step of the production process in detail, from the vineyard to the bottle.
Wine bottle capsules spark wine lovers’ curiosity and contain valuable information for bottlers and customs officers. So what do the tiny markings on the top of the cap mean?
Are you familiar with the art of opening a bottle of champagne with a sabre? Do you know how a cork opener works and how to use it? What are the must-have oenology accessories to enhance your tasting experience? Discover how to open a champagne bottle in style, using the right wine tools, in this short guide for champagne lovers.
L’Atelier du Vin’s iconic Oeno Motion is the corkscrew of a lifetime. This sturdy and elegant sommelier’s tool has been a reference in the world of wine for more than 15 years.
The Paul Smith fashion and design e-store welcomes L’Atelier du Vin’s wine accessory collections.
An inimitable hallmark of French excellence since 1926, L’Atelier du Vin ® is now a powerful and globally recognised brand, protected by our international intellectual and industrial protection policy.
As the years go by, I think the best way to define what I do is “Designer/Artisan”, because for me, a piece’s form and its materials are inextricably linked. I draw in pencil and on the computer, but I also need my sewing machine to “communicate” with materials such as linen, hemp cloth, cotton, and of course leather.