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Aÿ-Champagne: Pressoria Champagne Museum with Tasting

1. Aÿ-Champagne: Pressoria Champagne Museum with Tasting

Immerse yourself in all things Champagne with this ticket to the Pressoria Champagne museum in Aÿ-Champagne. Uncover the secrets of what makes Champagne authentic, as you follow the journey from the soil to the bottle. Travel to the foot of a green French hillside to the UNESCO world heritage commune of Aÿ-Champagne. View the classically designed museum and explore the engaging displays at your own pace. Find out what makes Champagne the drink of kings. Dig into the depths of the sub-soil and relax in the peaceful vineyards. Learn how to pick and to press the grapes. Follow the process of fermenting, aging, and bottling the perfect Champagne. Become a connoisseur as you learn more about how each layer of flavor is constructed. Let the light bubbly flavor delight your taste buds to the fullest.

From Paris: Day Trip to Champagne with 8 Tastings & Lunch

2. From Paris: Day Trip to Champagne with 8 Tastings & Lunch

Tour starts at your hotel (if located in Paris) or at the central Paris meeting point. Your driver guide will pick you up in a cozy air-conditioned minivan at around 7.30 AM. Enjoy tasty croissants on the way to Champagne, while your guide tells you all you need to know about the sparkling universe of champagne! Once you arrive in Champagne, you'll start your day with a visit to a very prestigious Estate (Moët & Chandon, Mumm, Veuve Clicquot, Mercier etc. > depending on supplier availability). Discover never-ending galleries filled with bottles and of course, finish the guided-tour with a tasting. Back in your air-conditioned minivan, admire the landscapes and stop in the heart of the vineyard to enjoy a masterclass led by your wine expert guide. He will teach you the basis of the wine professional tasting. Next stop is for lunch in a family-run champagne house or at a local restaurant (depending on availability). You will have the chance to taste several glasses of champagne and ratafias (another local wine), paired with local food. Blanc de Blancs, Blanc de Noirs, Champagne Rosé… what would you pair them with? After lunch, enjoy a digestive tour through the vineyard of the Côte des Blancs and Vallée de la Marne. Learn the characteristics of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier, and enjoy amazing views over the vineyard. Get ready to take some pictures! Last but not least, visit another family-run winery where you will learn the art of sabrage or disgorgement “à la volée” (a technique for opening a champagne bottle), depending on availability. Taste several delicious champagnes before heading back to Paris, where you will be dropped off in a central, Hotel de Ville.

From Reims: Exclusive Tour to Moet et Chandon & Taittinger

3. From Reims: Exclusive Tour to Moet et Chandon & Taittinger

Explore one of the great wine-producing areas of France on a small group tour of the Champagne region. Sample the sparkling produce of this world-renowned area, such as the Champagne Taittinger, one of the last Champagne houses to be owned by the original family.  With varietals consisting of 50% pinot noir, 15% Pinot Meunier, and 35% chardonnay, the Taittinger vineyard is an unsurpassed example of a Champagne-style in which chardonnay plays such a significant role. The vineyard's production is supplemented by the contractual acquisition of grapes from independent suppliers operating the finest vineyards in the Champagne region.  En route to Épernay, travel through the Marne Valley vineyards to meet the legendary monk Dom Pérignon who produced the most expensive wines of France in the 17th century and is now buried in the church of the former Benedictine Hautvillers Abbey. Visit Épernay, often referred to as the "Capital of Champagne Wine," where the main street appears like an exhibition of luxurious mansions housing illustrious Maisons de Champagne.  Discover some of the most prestigious names, including Moët & Chandon, Perrier-Jouët, and Pol Roger and learn about the 100 kilometers of tunnels beneath the street. Take a break to enjoy lunch in one of several options in the city center during 1 hour of free time.  Next, take a guided tour and enjoy a tasting at the world-famous Maison de Champagne Moët & Chandon. Founded in 1743 by Claude Möet, its history is linked to famous figures such as the Marquise de Pompadour and Napoleon I. Moët & Chandon Champagne has been sold to many important historical events, including the coronation of King Edward VII, the Cannes Film Festival, and the 120th anniversary of the Statue of Liberty.

From Paris: Small-Group Champagne Tour with 3-Course Lunch

4. From Paris: Small-Group Champagne Tour with 3-Course Lunch

Explore the Champagne region on a guided day tour from Paris. Visit the cellars of reputable champagne producers, learn about the history of the region, taste local wines, and enjoy a delicious lunch at a local restaurant. Start with a pickup from your hotel and head for the heart of the champagne region, Épernay. Take a guided tour of Moet & Chandon or other famous champagne houses such as Tattinger, Nicolas Feulliatte, Veuve Clicquot, Mercier, etc. Learn about the history of its namesake and sip on fine vintage champagne. Stroll along the Avenue de Champagne towards your minivan while the guide tells you about a few other well-known houses around you and the champagne cellars below you. Visit a local winery and meet the people behind the production of this great drink. Taste their elegant and exclusive product and hear about the history of their champagne estate. Stop in the village where the monk who invented champagne lived. Discover local gastronomy and savor a 3-course lunch at a local restaurant. After a few fun games, trying all types of wines, and eating delicious food, your guide will also give you something nice to remember your visit to the champagne region and drop you off at your hotel.

Visit of Epernay & Multiple Champagne Tastings in a Vineyard

5. Visit of Epernay & Multiple Champagne Tastings in a Vineyard

Start your tour in central Paris in a comfortable, air-conditioned minibus and head to the Champagne region. During the journey, listen to commentary from your guide covering the history of and interesting facts about the region. Stop in the small town of Épernay, where you will have a guided tour of Moët & Chandon, a prestigious French winery and Champagne house that produces Dom Pérignon or a similar domain from the same luxury LVMH group (depending on the availability). After the tasting, feel free to stroll along the avenue de champagne towards the center of this small city and have a delicious lunch in a local restaurant and enjoy a 3-course lunch. Afterward, see the producer where more than 80 farmers work hard to make an amazing selection of sparkling wines designed for special occasions. Visit the museum to see different utensils used to make Champagne, and watch a short film about the vineyards. Later you will visit another great vineyard and be greeted by its charming workers. Have a chance to taste their elegant and exclusive product and hear about the history of their champagne estate in a cozy and welcoming atmosphere before heading back to central Paris. Just in time to ask your guide where you can have a good dinner.

Champagne: Canard-Duchêne Champagne House Tour

6. Champagne: Canard-Duchêne Champagne House Tour

See the many elements of the Champagne House. Discover all the different stages of the champagne production process, tour the facilities, and admire the chapel's restored stained glass window. Meet your guide and explore the wine cellars of the Champagne House. Descend 40 to 60 feet underground, and enjoy a vast network spanning nearly four miles across four levels. Admire the hand-carved 19th-century architecture and atmosphere. Learn about how the cellars provide the optimal temperature and humidity conditions for champagnes to reach maturity. Hear from your guide about the unique atmosphere which gives the champagnes their taste and complexity. Admire the house's art and architecture. Pause at the stained glass windows of the old chapel renovated by the workshop of master glassmakers Simon-Marq. Stroll through the vineyards to see how the grapes are grown. Enjoy tasting champagne as part of your experience. Choose the Decouverte option to include a tasting of a brut or demi-sec. Alternatively, select the Liberté option to taste Cuvée Léonie Brut and Cuvée Léonie Rosé or Cuvé Bio P181. Or lastly, choose the Charles VII option to include a tasting of Cuvée Charles VII.

From Paris: Small-Group Moët & Chandon Champagne Tour

7. From Paris: Small-Group Moët & Chandon Champagne Tour

Visit the only place in the world that grows and produces Champagne on a full-day trip from Paris. Take a guided tour of the House of Moët and Chandon or the Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne House. Enjoy included tasting opportunities and the chance to discover Reims Cathedral during the day Start the tour from Paris on a minibus that will take you to Champagne. Visit the quaint chapel of the Abbey at Hautvillers, which is also the gravesite of Dom Perignon, the father of Champagne. Learn about him with your guide, then meet with a local producer to hear about the wine growing process. Enjoy a fully-guided tour at the House of Moët and Chandon, the world’s largest producer of Champagne, or the prestigious Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne House if the House of Moet is not available on the day of the tour. Depending on the option you choose, enjoy 1 or 2 glasses of Champagne on your Champagne House tour, depending on the tour option you choose. You'll also have the opportunity to taste at least 3 different types of Champagne at a local family-run winery and pick up some bottles for souvenirs. Before heading back to Paris, visit the Reims Cathedral of Notre Dame, one of the defining models of Gothic art, and have free time to see the area where 25 French Kings were crowned.

Reims: Self-Guided Highlights Scavenger Hunt & Audio Tour

8. Reims: Self-Guided Highlights Scavenger Hunt & Audio Tour

Get to know Reims at your own pace on this interactive scavenger hunt, with a walking route led by an app on your phone. Decipher riddles, interact with ten highlights and attractions of the city, and unlock interesting facts as you go. Download the app and let the fun begin at the beautiful Square Colbert. Decipher the clues and head to your next stops, the historical triumphal arch La Porte de Mars and the 13th-century Musée-Hôtel Le Vergeur. Next, stop by the Cryptoportique, a passageway from ancient Roman times. Head on to discover timeless landmarks like the Carnegie Library, the Notre-Dame Cathedral, and the Palais de Justice, Reims' historic courthouse. Explore the beautiful Reims Opera House and unlock your final riddles before finishing the tour at the Place Drouet d'Erlon, the plaza featuring an iconic gilded victory statue.

Reims: Sabrage Technique Workshop and Champagne Tasting

9. Reims: Sabrage Technique Workshop and Champagne Tasting

Get into the olden tradition of Reims with a Sabrage Technique Workshop. Learn all about the Sabre and how to open a bottle of champagne with a sword. After you succeed, taste the fruits of your labor with a drink from the bottle. Discover the tradition of saber making, inherited from the many regiments of France, including Napoleon's hussars. Learn the methods of saber laying on the magnificent grounds of The Golden Saber Academy. After hearing about the history and traditions of making these historical swords, learn to use the Golden handled sword to accomplish your mission: open a bottle of Canard-Duchene. Find yourself successful, and receive the ultimate reward of tasting champagne from the bottle you just sliced. Recieve also a certificate of swordsmanship, in an all-around safe and thrilling experience.

From Reims: Vranken Pommery and Grand Cru Tasting with Lunch

10. From Reims: Vranken Pommery and Grand Cru Tasting with Lunch

This full-day tour begins with a pick-up at 9:30 AM at the forecourt of the Reims-Centre train station (Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday). When you arrive in the Champagne region, you’ll start with a sightseeing tour of Reims. The city of coronations, Reims, is also the city of Champagne, the most celebrated and festive of wines. On the way, hear about Reims, the city where the Kings of France were crowned, and arrive at the Vranken Pommery Champagne Estate (visit and tasting fees included). Enjoy a tour of the grand estate, finishing with a tasting of Vranken Pommery Champagne. Pay a visit to the magnificent Notre-Dame de Reims Cathedral. Explore inside the UNESCO-listed wonder on a guided tour and admire the 13th-century cathedral, with its striking Gothic architecture and beautiful stained glass windows. After that, take a scenic drive through the vineyards of Montagne de Reims, passing through the Grand Cru villages of Verzenay and Mailly, as your guide explains the Champagne-making process. Take a picture at the vineyards and hear about the importance of ‘terroir’ in cultivating grapes. You will then stop at a Champagne family estate and discover a different side of the prestigious Champagne industry. Savor a 3-course Champagne lunch where you are treated to delicious regional specialties, accompanied by a selection of 3 Champagnes and coffee/tea. After lunch, enjoy a visit to the production site, and discover how Champagne is made. Finish this fantastic program with another tasting of 3 Champagne glasses (different ones). On return to Reims, your tour ends back at the train station at 5.30 PM.

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Awesome tour!! Usually we do things ourselves without a tour guide, but we only had one day and there’s no way we would be able to do so much in such a short time. We don’t regret a bit! The day was fun and our guide was super knowledgeable and entertaining!

A great fun day. Lionel was a terrific guide and driver. He knew everything about the area and wine making process. He took us to a great place for lunch as well. Well worth the cost.

It was an amazing experience! Lunch was fantastic and the champagne houses were great! 10/10 great way to spend a day in champagne

Lionel was wonderful. We had a blast. The size of the group was perfect. Very informative and fun! Sante'!

Good explanation for the process, excellent treatment. Recommended.