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Epernay: Mercier Champagne Cellar Visit with Tastings

1. Epernay: Mercier Champagne Cellar Visit with Tastings

In 1871 Eugène Mercier began the pioneering project of constructing wine cellars: “Count by kilometers and not by meters,” he indicated to the architects. A few years later, 18 kilometers of impressive underground tunnels were created with an incredible cellar that now offers visitors the opportunity to experience an inspiring discovery. Come along and discover the Maison Mercier onboard a little train to travel across the cellars. Enjoy the audio tour followed by a tasting of two champagnes, the Mercier Brut and Mercier Brut Blanc de Noirs, with commentary. Possible tour languages include French, English, Spanish, Italian, German, Dutch, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese and Russian.

Champagne: Champagne Masterclass with Lunch

2. Champagne: Champagne Masterclass with Lunch

Be welcomed in Mareuil-sur-Ay at the typical Champagne house Le Clos Corbier. After a fun Champagne quizz, train your nose to identify the different aromas and flavors that can be found in Champagne through an olfactory workshop with a specialist guide. Get competitive as you get to identify blindly 3 different Champagnes from boutique wineries all while eating some local snacks. Afterward, immerse yourself in the french lifestyle with a traditional lunch of homemade regional specialties paired with a variety of Champagnes.

Reims: Cathedral of Notre Dame Entry Ticket and Guided Tour

3. Reims: Cathedral of Notre Dame Entry Ticket and Guided Tour

Journey back in time on a 1.5-hour guided tour of the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Reims and discover a majestic monument of French Gothic art and architecture where many of the kings of France were crowned. Along with the cathedrals of Chartres and Amiens, the Notre-Dame de Reims is a member of the illustrious triad of "High Gothic" or "Classical" French cathedrals built in the 13th century. Admire its masterpiece façade from the Middle Ages and then go inside to discover the many secrets of the church. Built on the site of an older church that was destroyed by fire in 1211, the Notre-Dame de Reims boasts an illustrious history and a magnificent interior of fine tapestries and interesting stained glass windows from the 13th to the 20th centuries. Get vital information about the cathedral in English from your knowledgeable guide. 

Epernay: Moored Hot-Air Balloon over the Vineyards

4. Epernay: Moored Hot-Air Balloon over the Vineyards

Go on an adventure in a tethered giant helium-filled balloon, tied near the bottom of the Avenue de Champagne and fly up to 150 meters from the ground.  Enjoy views over the town and the surrounding UNESCO World Heritage vineyards. Savor a glass of champagne while admiring the bird’s eyes view of this beautiful area.  Look down into the hidden gardens of the beautiful Belle Epoque mansions and take in this unique atmosphere.

Aÿ-Champagne: Pressoria Champagne Museum with Tasting

5. 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.

Reims: Veuve Clicquot & Family Winery Group Full-Day Tour

6. Reims: Veuve Clicquot & Family Winery Group Full-Day Tour

Meet your personal guide, hop into the minivan, and start the day with a sightseeing of Reims "city of coronations". Drive by “Notre dame de Reims”, one of the first monuments to be registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Absorb the historical atmosphere of the city, home of the coronation of more than 25 kings of France, and later tragic heart of the two world wars. During your drive, pass by famous Champagne Houses such as Pommery and Taittinger.  Enjoy a full tour of the prestigious Champagne House “Veuve Clicquot” as an introduction to the Champagne-making process. Enter the UNESCO chalk cellars that are amazingly deep and long. Savor a nice morning glass of Champagne and prepare your palate for 10 Champagne wines tasted during the day. Drive through the Champagne vineyards and have a stop among the vines to enjoy explanations about the vine-growing process and also a wonderful scenic view of the Champagne region. Be welcomed in a restored Champagne house and take one more step toward the sparkling beverage world.  Learn about the different aromas and flavors that can be found in Champagne through an olfactory workshop and a challenging blind tasting. Enjoy a traditional aperitif followed by a regional lunch with paired wines and Champagnes in a fun and familial atmosphere.  Get introduced to local products like baguette, Reims’ ham, Pâté en croûte, regional cheeses, pink biscuit, Ratafia and more. Appreciate the charming hillsides of Champagne and peek behind the scenes of a family-run boutique winery. Visit the traditional press, vat room, and cellar of an authentic Champagne grower.  Stroll down the cool cellar corridors and glance at the immense quantity of bottles slowly maturing. Enjoy several tastings of their best–seller “cuvees” and find the best values of Champagne. Your Champagne journey ends as your guide drives you back to the city of Reims to conclude your Champagne tour.

Epernay: Guided Tour of Champagne Cellar with Tastings

7. Epernay: Guided Tour of Champagne Cellar with Tastings

Arrive at a beautiful Champagne House called Vollereaux Champagne in the Marne Valley of Champagne. Begin the 1-hour tour with a guided visit of the historic cellars. Learn about the history of the house and the champagne-making process. Find out how the house was founded in 1805, and now stretches over 100-acres, covering the 13 villages of Coteaux Sud d’Epernay. Discover how the 6th-generation of the Vollereaux family continues a 200-year legacy of family management at the champagne house. At the end of the tour, taste 3 different champagnes as you feel the sense of sharing and togetherness which reflects the family's history and its pursuits. 

Visit of Epernay & Multiple Champagne Tastings in a Vineyard

8. 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. Your first stop would be the small town of Épernay where you will start with 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, visit 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.

Passy-Grigny: Champagne Tour and Meunier Tasting Experience

9. Passy-Grigny: Champagne Tour and Meunier Tasting Experience

Head into the heart of Marne Valley to the charming village of Passy-Grigny where your Champagne adventure awaits. Enjoy a guided tour and discover everything there is to know about Champagne including the unique grapes that are used to make it and how it is produced. See both old and new Champagne presses, watch a mini-movie about vines and wines, and ignite your passion for Meunier grapes. At the end of the tour, enjoy a tasting session of three Champagnes.

Champagne Dom Caudron Experience & Tasting

10. Champagne Dom Caudron Experience & Tasting

The Champagne Dom Caudron gives you the chance to go behind the scenes and learn how Champagne is made. From the Passy-Grigny vine growers' first press to the current modern vat house, Les Confidences de Dom Caudron invites novices and experts alike into the unique and prestigious universe of Champagne. The clear wines are used to create the blending of Champagne. Discover and taste those wines to understand how you favorite Champagne is blended.                        Discover the eco-museum, get up close to vintage wine presses, settle into your cinema seat and discover a 20-minute movie about work of the vine and the wine, put your 3D glasses to view the photo gallery and gaze at the modern vat house from a 6-meter high footbridge. Your tour ends with a tasting of 3 Champagnes and 3 clear wines.

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4.7 / 5

based on 219 reviews

Good tour. Not so long and not too short. Just right. The guide is knowledgeable about the history and process of making champagne and explains well. Each got to taste 3 different champagne at the end of the tour. Excellent value for money. 4 people in our group turned up late and they organised a separate tour for them. Very accommodating indeed.

Our guide Simone was excellent! Knowledgeable, fun and a great driving. Went beyond to make our trip memorable. The entire group formed a connection immediately and enjoyed every moment! Highly recommend. Kimberly and Gary

It tells more about thé Wood Work, thé bottes And thé transport. I lives thé train ride trhough thé tunnels, with sculptures on thé wall!

Great day at Clos Corbier! Very informative tour, masterclass and tasting. Lovely lunch.

It was fantastic experiance, very interesting tour.