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

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

Discover the Champagne region of France on a shared or private wine-tasting tour from Paris. Explore a top champagne house and a family-owned winery, with plenty of wine tastings and a traditional French lunch during the day. Start with pickup from your centrally-located hotel in Paris. Meet your driver-guide and travel in a cozy air-conditioned minivan to the Champagne region. Enjoy tasty croissants on the way, while your guide tells you all you need to know about the sparkling universe of champagne. Once you arrive in Champagne, start your day with a visit to a prestigious champagne estate (one of Moët & Chandon, Mumm, Veuve Clicquot, Mercier, Pommery, Lanson). Discover never-ending galleries filled with bottles and of course, finish the guided tour with a tasting. Continue the journey and admire the landscapes as you make your way to a tranquil vineyard. Enjoy a tasting of local led by your expert guide. Discover the basics of professional wine tasting, and how to identify the characteristics of each wine. Stop for lunch in a family-run champagne house or at a top local restaurant. Taste several glasses of champagne such as Blanc de Blancs, Blanc de Noirs, Champagne Rosé, and ratafias (sweet liqueur). Pair the wines with a delicious lunch of authentic French cuisine. 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. Last, but not least, visit another family-run winery where you may learn the art of sabrage or disgorgement “à la volée” (a technique for opening a champagne bottle). Taste several delicious champagnes before heading back to Paris, where you will be dropped off in a central area.

From Epernay: Afternoon Champagne Tour with 6 Tastings

From Epernay: Afternoon Champagne Tour with 6 Tastings

Join a small-group tour from Eperany to the villages and vineyards classified as Grand Cru and Premier Cru in the UNESCO-listed hillsides of Champagne in the Marne Valley that are primarily planted with Pinot Noir. Discuss sustainable viticulture and vineyard management with your guide. First, visit an independent grower to learn about the Champagne-making process, including tours of the press, winery, and cellar. Following the visit, indulge in a guided tasting of several Grand Cru and Premier Cru Champagnes produced by the family. Additionally, savor three Champagne alcohols and aperitifs – Ratafia, Fine de la Marne, and Marc de Champagne from the Goyard Distillery, the oldest in Champagne. Driving through the "Côte des Blancs,” pass the "Château de Saran," owned by the LVMH group, and the production site of Moët & Chandon. Take a guided stroll along the renowned "Avenue de Champagne" in Epernay, the capital of the Champagne vineyard, where you'll find the impressive mansions and production facilities of Champagne Houses such as Moët & Chandon, Perrier Jouët, and Pol Roger. Continue to the village of Hautvillers, known as the "Cradle of Champagne." Explore the Church where Dom Pérignon, the spiritual father of Champagne, is buried. Admire panoramic views of Champagne overlooking the Marne Valley and the hillsides where Dom Pérignon conducted his experiments.

From Reims: Champagne Day Trip to Two Local Domains & Lunch

From Reims: Champagne Day Trip to Two Local Domains & Lunch

Explore one of the great wine-producing areas of France on a small group tour of the Champagne region. Taste the sparkling produce of this world-renowned area, with two Traditional Champagne family grower . 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. Then, visit Épernay, often referred to as the Capital of Champagne Wine, with main streets lined with luxurious mansions. 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 a convivial lunch at t a local restaurant (main course & dessert included) Finally, take a guided tour and enjoy a Champagne tasting at a second family vineyard.

From Epernay : Bubble morning Champagne Tour 6 tastings

From Epernay : Bubble morning Champagne Tour 6 tastings

Discovery of the famous villages and vineyards classified Grand cru and Premier cru around Epernay in the historic hillsides of Champagne in the Marne Valley listed as World Heritage Site by UNESCO, mainly planted with Pinot Noir. Visit of a family of independent producer/grower with explanation on the Champagne making process, visit of the press, winery and cellar. The visit will be followed by a commented tasting of several of their Champagnes Grand Cru/Premier Cru. In addition to the Champagnes, you will also taste during the tour the 3 essential Champagne alcohols and aperitifs : Ratafia, Fine de la Marne and Marc de Champagne from the Goyard Distillery which is the oldest in Champagne. Our discovery route in the "Côte des Blancs" passes in front of the "Château de Saran", a prestigious property of the LVMH group (owner of Dom Pérignon, Veuve Clicquot, etc.) and the production site of Champagne Moët & Chandon. A commented passage is also planned in the very famous "Avenue de Champagne" in Epernay, Capital of the Champagne vineyard, where are located the superb mansions and production buildings of the Champagne Houses Moët & Chandon, Perrier Jouët, Pol Roger… When visiting the village of Hautvillers, the “Cradle of Champagne”, enjoy a tour of the Church where the grave of Dom Pérignon, known as the spiritual father of Champagne, is. In Hautvillers, we will also stop to admire one of the most magnificent panoramic view of Champagne overlooking the Marne Valley in the hillsides listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO where Dom Pérignon performed his experiments. It is the ideal location to take unforgettable photos of you and the breathtaking landscape. Here we will also discuss sustainable viticulture and explain the management of the vineyard. An unforgettable sparkling tour in the best of the Champagne region !

From Reims/Epernay: Champagne half-day tour (small group)

From Reims/Epernay: Champagne half-day tour (small group)

Angélique , your local guide will drive you to her Champagne region of birth . The meeting point is at 01:30 PM at Reims Central station or at 02:00 PM at the tourist office of Epernay. Off the beaten tracks of the big house , you 'll be in total immersion with independent wine makers . The 2 differents champagne domains visited are located in the Montagne of Reims and the Marne valléee sub region . Pinot grapes are king there , not forgetting a few Chardonnays. These local winegrowers are the largest landowners in Champagne , owning 90% of the 34.000 hectares of the vineyards. This puts them at the heart of the Champagne dynamic! Their expertise has been handed down from generation to generation , making them the main suppliers of grapes to the major brands. Meeting these people in their cellars followed by tastings of their wines is a fullinterest experience. The afternoon will continue with a van city tour of Epernay , the craddle of Champagne and its famous Avenue . It is here and nowhere else that the great houses were born . Domains such as Moet et Chandon, Perrier-Jouet, Pol Roger have competed in architectural audacity and magnificence to give champagne its letters of nobility. They are in tune with the reputation of the 220 millions of bottles ageing in their cellars. After Epernay, head for the vineyards and the quaint village of Hautvillers . The "must go" in the region because of its Abbaye tour where a famous monk is buried. Indeed, Dom Pérignon ,a benedictin monk born in the Marne region was a very important cellar master. He is well known as the father of the blending of grapes and crus (villages). In this way he improved so much the quality of the wine of Champagne . Behind the walls of the abbey garden and at the top of the hills, you'll be surprised by a wide view over the river Marne and the Cote des Blancs in the distance. A stop and go is planned to understand the " Terroir" of Champagne, the tough work of the soil, the differents pruning systems and the harvest all done by hands . A full year long work, the vineyards workers are really gardeners . Voila! An afternoon in Champagne to find out what lies behind the gold labels ant the brioche -flavoured wine ! The end of the tour will take you back to the pick up place , in Reims or Epernay according to where you are staying in the region in between 05:30 PM to 06:00 PM.

Paris: Private Epernay Trip with Champagne Vineyard Tastings

Paris: Private Epernay Trip with Champagne Vineyard Tastings

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.

From Paris: Private Champagne Tour, Tastings at Moet&Chandon

From Paris: Private Champagne Tour, Tastings at Moet&Chandon

We offer you high-end, private and exclusive tour in English or french with a certified WSET level 3 wine expert (on the way to level 4). He will travel and stay with you all day long for giving you any explanation on Champagne wine and region (wine making process, history, economy and private funny stories about Champagne). We'll pick you up at your accommodation in Paris, travel to Champagne region in a luxury Mercedes van, then enjoy a worry-free relaxing experience. Your guide will take care of all logistical details for you. You will see both sides of Champagne: a well known famous Champagne house, and an independent family owned winemaker. Both are high-end quality classified as "Grand Cru", "Premier Cru" or "Cru". Agenda: - 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.: Pick-up at your place of accommodation in Paris, trip to Champagne in a Mercedes Van; - 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.: Visit and tasting at Moet&Chandon; - 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.: Visit of Hautvillers, craddle of Champagne, the church and tomb of Dom Perignon; - 12:45 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.: Lunch (not included, table booked); - 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.: Visit and tasting at a family owned Champagne producer; - 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.: Travel back to Paris and drop-off at your place of accommodation.

Private Champagne Moet & Chandon, AYALA, Chateau Boursault

Private Champagne Moet & Chandon, AYALA, Chateau Boursault

07:30 Pickup from your hotel. Departure destination Champagne region. The ride takes about 2 hours (140 km) and one part of it goes along the picturesque Champagne landscapes and vineyards. One stop at a rest area will be made. 10:00 - 11:00 Champagne Chateau Boursault is a small family producing Champagne since several generations. During the tasting of 3 glasses of Champagne You will get explanations about the family history and Champagne production. You will have time to walk to the Castle and see the vineyards inside the walls of the Chateau. 10:10 Departure to Epernay (10 km). It takes about 15 minutes. Attn. On Sundays Chateau Boursault is closed and will be replaced with another Champagne house. 11:15 - 13:00 Arrival in Epernay. Guided tour at Moet et Chandon "L"Imperial" including the underground cellars visit and tasting of 2 glasses of Champagne: Moët Impérial, Rosé Impérial. We can organise as well higher level Experiences by Moet et Chandon: "Signature", "Autour du Grand Vintage", "Moet Collection". Moet et Chandon is the world's biggest Champagne producer. Every second one bottle of Moet et Chandon Champagne is being opened. 13:00 - 14:30 Lunch break in Épernay. Épernay is known as the Champagne Capital of France. Located along the Marne surrounded by the wine hills it is Home to many region’s most prestigious champagne houses. Épernay is a must for wine and champagne lovers. Walk the Avenue of Champagne attracts many tourists. 14:30 Departure to Ay village. It takes 10 minutes (6 km). 14:45 - 16:15 Champagne Ayala since 1860 "Visit Prestige", English guided including the Champagne tasting of 4 glasses of Champagne.: Brut Majeur, Rosé Majeur, Brut Nature & une cuvée millésimée. Visit the CAVES and discover the method of Champagne making by AYALA. Walking to the roof with panoramic views over the region. 16:15 Departure to Hautvillers - a small historical village on the top of the hills. It takes about 10 minutes (6 km). 16:30- 17:00 Visit the Abbey's Church of Sindulphe d'Hautvillers (Abbaye Saint-Pierre d'Hautvillers). It is a former Benedictine monastery. The Abbey was founded in 665 and remained active till the French Revolution 1789. Dom Perignon has developed the wine making methods in the region of Champagne. Nowadays there are 26 local Champagne producers in the village. Stop at the View point with best Panoramic views over the vineyards and Marne river. 17:00 Departure to Paris. It takes 2 to 2,5 hours depending on traffic (135 km). 19:30 Coming back to Paris. Drop off at Your hotel. P.S. If the visit at one of the Champagne houses on Your date is not available we offer You beforehand a relevant alternative or a higher level Experience. You can accept it or cancel free of charge. P.P.S. 20 more Champagne Day trips from Paris by Clewel Travel in Small groups and as Private Experiences at GetYouGuide.

Private Champagne Moët et Chandon, Pommery, Pressoria

Private Champagne Moët et Chandon, Pommery, Pressoria

07:30 Hotel Pick up. Departure. The ride takes about 2 hours (140 km) and one part of it goes along the picturesque Champagne landscapes and vineyards. One stop at a rest area will be made. 10:00 - 10:45 local family producer Champagne Chateau Boursault located on the top of the hills. Tasting of 3 Glasses of Champagne with explanations. 10:45 Departure to Epernay (10 km). It takes about 15 minutes. 11:00 - 12:30 Arrival in Epernay. By Moet et Chandon we offer You three Experiences of different level including the underground cellars visit and tasting of 2 glasses of Champagne. BASIC Option: "L"Imperial" Up to 19 people, 1,5 hours. Guided Cellars visit with tastings of 2 glasses of Champagne: Moët Impérial and Rosé Impérial. MOST POPULAR Option: "SIGNATURE" Up to 15 people, 1,5 hours. Guided Cellars visit with 2 glasses of Champagne: Moët Imperial et Grand Vintage. ADVANCED Option: "Grand Vintage". Up to 10 people, 1.5 hours. Guided Cellars visit with 2 glasses: MOËT Grand Vintage Blanc, MOËT Grand Vintage Rose. Moet et Chandon is the world's biggest Champagne producer. Every second one bottle of Moet et Chandon Champagne is being opened. 12:30 - 14:00 Lunch break in Épernay. We can make a good local restaurant reservation or You can spend time of Your own. Épernay is known as the Champagne Capital of France. Located along the Marne river surrounded by the wine hills it is home of many region’s most prestigious champagne houses. Épernay is a must for champagne lovers. Walk the Avenue of Champagne attracts many tourists. 14:00 Departure to the Pressoria Museum in Ay village. It takes just 10 minutes (4 km). 14:15 - 15:15 Visit at Pressoria Museum in Ay village explaining us the History of the Champagne region and Champagne production including the Champagne tasting of 2 glasses of Champagne. 15:15 Departure to Hautvillers - a small historical village on the top of the hills. It takes about 10 minutes (6 km). 15:30 - 15:50 Visit the Abbey's Church of Sindulphe d''Hautvillers. Dom Perignon has developed the wine making methods in Champagne. Nowadays there are 26 local Champagne producers in the village. Short stop at the View point with best Panoramic views over the vineyards and Marne river. 15:50 Departure to Reims. It takes 30 minutes (28 km) 16:30 - 17:15 Audio-guided visit at the Pommery Champagne house with caves visit and 1 glass of Brut Royal tasting. 17:15 Departure to Reims Cathedral. It takes 10 minutes (2,3 km) 17:30 - 18:00 Visit at the Reims Cathedral where most of the French kings were crowned. 18:00. Departure to Paris. It takes 2 hours (144 km). 20:30 Coming back to Paris. Drop off at Your hotel. P.S. If the visit at one of the Champagne houses on Your date is not available we offer You beforehand a relevant alternative or a higher level Experience. You can accept it or cancel free of charge. P.P.S. 20 more Champagne Day trips from Paris by Clewel Travel in Small groups and as Private Experiences at GetYouGuide.

Reims/Epernay: Private Moet & Chandon Winery Tour & Tastings

Reims/Epernay: Private Moet & Chandon Winery Tour & Tastings

Your guide will pick you up from your hotel or the train station in Reims or Epernay, in an air-conditioned luxury van. Relax as you take in the sights on Avenue de Champagne in Epernay and learn about its history. Next, you'll stop at the world-famous Moët and Chandon champagne house for a tour and a tasting. Then your guide will give you recommendations for lunch at your leisure. After lunch, you'll visit and tour a family estate winery and savor another tasting. There are 4,400 Family estates in Champagne. They offer outstanding Champagne quality. A true authentic experience. The last stop of the day is one more guided tour, of the village of Hautvillers. Dom Perignon, a 17th-century monk who helped to improve the quality of wine from the Champagne region lived nearby. At the end of the day, your guide will return you to your hotel in Reims or Epernay, or to the train stations in the same cities.

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

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

Discover the Champagne region of France on a shared or private wine-tasting tour from Paris. Explore a top champagne house and a family-owned winery, with plenty of wine tastings and a traditional French lunch during the day. Start with pickup from your centrally-located hotel in Paris. Meet your driver-guide and travel in a cozy air-conditioned minivan to the Champagne region. Enjoy tasty croissants on the way, while your guide tells you all you need to know about the sparkling universe of champagne. Once you arrive in Champagne, start your day with a visit to a prestigious champagne estate (one of Moët & Chandon, Mumm, Veuve Clicquot, Mercier, Pommery, Lanson). Discover never-ending galleries filled with bottles and of course, finish the guided tour with a tasting. Continue the journey and admire the landscapes as you make your way to a tranquil vineyard. Enjoy a tasting of local led by your expert guide. Discover the basics of professional wine tasting, and how to identify the characteristics of each wine. Stop for lunch in a family-run champagne house or at a top local restaurant. Taste several glasses of champagne such as Blanc de Blancs, Blanc de Noirs, Champagne Rosé, and ratafias (sweet liqueur). Pair the wines with a delicious lunch of authentic French cuisine. 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. Last, but not least, visit another family-run winery where you may learn the art of sabrage or disgorgement “à la volée” (a technique for opening a champagne bottle). Taste several delicious champagnes before heading back to Paris, where you will be dropped off in a central area.

From Epernay: Afternoon Champagne Tour with 6 Tastings

From Epernay: Afternoon Champagne Tour with 6 Tastings

Join a small-group tour from Eperany to the villages and vineyards classified as Grand Cru and Premier Cru in the UNESCO-listed hillsides of Champagne in the Marne Valley that are primarily planted with Pinot Noir. Discuss sustainable viticulture and vineyard management with your guide. First, visit an independent grower to learn about the Champagne-making process, including tours of the press, winery, and cellar. Following the visit, indulge in a guided tasting of several Grand Cru and Premier Cru Champagnes produced by the family. Additionally, savor three Champagne alcohols and aperitifs – Ratafia, Fine de la Marne, and Marc de Champagne from the Goyard Distillery, the oldest in Champagne. Driving through the "Côte des Blancs,” pass the "Château de Saran," owned by the LVMH group, and the production site of Moët & Chandon. Take a guided stroll along the renowned "Avenue de Champagne" in Epernay, the capital of the Champagne vineyard, where you'll find the impressive mansions and production facilities of Champagne Houses such as Moët & Chandon, Perrier Jouët, and Pol Roger. Continue to the village of Hautvillers, known as the "Cradle of Champagne." Explore the Church where Dom Pérignon, the spiritual father of Champagne, is buried. Admire panoramic views of Champagne overlooking the Marne Valley and the hillsides where Dom Pérignon conducted his experiments.

From Reims: Champagne Day Trip to Two Local Domains & Lunch

From Reims: Champagne Day Trip to Two Local Domains & Lunch

Explore one of the great wine-producing areas of France on a small group tour of the Champagne region. Taste the sparkling produce of this world-renowned area, with two Traditional Champagne family grower . 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. Then, visit Épernay, often referred to as the Capital of Champagne Wine, with main streets lined with luxurious mansions. 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 a convivial lunch at t a local restaurant (main course & dessert included) Finally, take a guided tour and enjoy a Champagne tasting at a second family vineyard.

From Epernay : Bubble morning Champagne Tour 6 tastings

From Epernay : Bubble morning Champagne Tour 6 tastings

Discovery of the famous villages and vineyards classified Grand cru and Premier cru around Epernay in the historic hillsides of Champagne in the Marne Valley listed as World Heritage Site by UNESCO, mainly planted with Pinot Noir. Visit of a family of independent producer/grower with explanation on the Champagne making process, visit of the press, winery and cellar. The visit will be followed by a commented tasting of several of their Champagnes Grand Cru/Premier Cru. In addition to the Champagnes, you will also taste during the tour the 3 essential Champagne alcohols and aperitifs : Ratafia, Fine de la Marne and Marc de Champagne from the Goyard Distillery which is the oldest in Champagne. Our discovery route in the "Côte des Blancs" passes in front of the "Château de Saran", a prestigious property of the LVMH group (owner of Dom Pérignon, Veuve Clicquot, etc.) and the production site of Champagne Moët & Chandon. A commented passage is also planned in the very famous "Avenue de Champagne" in Epernay, Capital of the Champagne vineyard, where are located the superb mansions and production buildings of the Champagne Houses Moët & Chandon, Perrier Jouët, Pol Roger… When visiting the village of Hautvillers, the “Cradle of Champagne”, enjoy a tour of the Church where the grave of Dom Pérignon, known as the spiritual father of Champagne, is. In Hautvillers, we will also stop to admire one of the most magnificent panoramic view of Champagne overlooking the Marne Valley in the hillsides listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO where Dom Pérignon performed his experiments. It is the ideal location to take unforgettable photos of you and the breathtaking landscape. Here we will also discuss sustainable viticulture and explain the management of the vineyard. An unforgettable sparkling tour in the best of the Champagne region !

From Reims/Epernay: Champagne half-day tour (small group)

From Reims/Epernay: Champagne half-day tour (small group)

Angélique , your local guide will drive you to her Champagne region of birth . The meeting point is at 01:30 PM at Reims Central station or at 02:00 PM at the tourist office of Epernay. Off the beaten tracks of the big house , you 'll be in total immersion with independent wine makers . The 2 differents champagne domains visited are located in the Montagne of Reims and the Marne valléee sub region . Pinot grapes are king there , not forgetting a few Chardonnays. These local winegrowers are the largest landowners in Champagne , owning 90% of the 34.000 hectares of the vineyards. This puts them at the heart of the Champagne dynamic! Their expertise has been handed down from generation to generation , making them the main suppliers of grapes to the major brands. Meeting these people in their cellars followed by tastings of their wines is a fullinterest experience. The afternoon will continue with a van city tour of Epernay , the craddle of Champagne and its famous Avenue . It is here and nowhere else that the great houses were born . Domains such as Moet et Chandon, Perrier-Jouet, Pol Roger have competed in architectural audacity and magnificence to give champagne its letters of nobility. They are in tune with the reputation of the 220 millions of bottles ageing in their cellars. After Epernay, head for the vineyards and the quaint village of Hautvillers . The "must go" in the region because of its Abbaye tour where a famous monk is buried. Indeed, Dom Pérignon ,a benedictin monk born in the Marne region was a very important cellar master. He is well known as the father of the blending of grapes and crus (villages). In this way he improved so much the quality of the wine of Champagne . Behind the walls of the abbey garden and at the top of the hills, you'll be surprised by a wide view over the river Marne and the Cote des Blancs in the distance. A stop and go is planned to understand the " Terroir" of Champagne, the tough work of the soil, the differents pruning systems and the harvest all done by hands . A full year long work, the vineyards workers are really gardeners . Voila! An afternoon in Champagne to find out what lies behind the gold labels ant the brioche -flavoured wine ! The end of the tour will take you back to the pick up place , in Reims or Epernay according to where you are staying in the region in between 05:30 PM to 06:00 PM.

Paris: Private Epernay Trip with Champagne Vineyard Tastings

Paris: Private Epernay Trip with Champagne Vineyard Tastings

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.

From Paris: Private Champagne Tour, Tastings at Moet&Chandon

From Paris: Private Champagne Tour, Tastings at Moet&Chandon

We offer you high-end, private and exclusive tour in English or french with a certified WSET level 3 wine expert (on the way to level 4). He will travel and stay with you all day long for giving you any explanation on Champagne wine and region (wine making process, history, economy and private funny stories about Champagne). We'll pick you up at your accommodation in Paris, travel to Champagne region in a luxury Mercedes van, then enjoy a worry-free relaxing experience. Your guide will take care of all logistical details for you. You will see both sides of Champagne: a well known famous Champagne house, and an independent family owned winemaker. Both are high-end quality classified as "Grand Cru", "Premier Cru" or "Cru". Agenda: - 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.: Pick-up at your place of accommodation in Paris, trip to Champagne in a Mercedes Van; - 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.: Visit and tasting at Moet&Chandon; - 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.: Visit of Hautvillers, craddle of Champagne, the church and tomb of Dom Perignon; - 12:45 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.: Lunch (not included, table booked); - 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.: Visit and tasting at a family owned Champagne producer; - 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.: Travel back to Paris and drop-off at your place of accommodation.

Private Champagne Moet & Chandon, AYALA, Chateau Boursault

Private Champagne Moet & Chandon, AYALA, Chateau Boursault

07:30 Pickup from your hotel. Departure destination Champagne region. The ride takes about 2 hours (140 km) and one part of it goes along the picturesque Champagne landscapes and vineyards. One stop at a rest area will be made. 10:00 - 11:00 Champagne Chateau Boursault is a small family producing Champagne since several generations. During the tasting of 3 glasses of Champagne You will get explanations about the family history and Champagne production. You will have time to walk to the Castle and see the vineyards inside the walls of the Chateau. 10:10 Departure to Epernay (10 km). It takes about 15 minutes. Attn. On Sundays Chateau Boursault is closed and will be replaced with another Champagne house. 11:15 - 13:00 Arrival in Epernay. Guided tour at Moet et Chandon "L"Imperial" including the underground cellars visit and tasting of 2 glasses of Champagne: Moët Impérial, Rosé Impérial. We can organise as well higher level Experiences by Moet et Chandon: "Signature", "Autour du Grand Vintage", "Moet Collection". Moet et Chandon is the world's biggest Champagne producer. Every second one bottle of Moet et Chandon Champagne is being opened. 13:00 - 14:30 Lunch break in Épernay. Épernay is known as the Champagne Capital of France. Located along the Marne surrounded by the wine hills it is Home to many region’s most prestigious champagne houses. Épernay is a must for wine and champagne lovers. Walk the Avenue of Champagne attracts many tourists. 14:30 Departure to Ay village. It takes 10 minutes (6 km). 14:45 - 16:15 Champagne Ayala since 1860 "Visit Prestige", English guided including the Champagne tasting of 4 glasses of Champagne.: Brut Majeur, Rosé Majeur, Brut Nature & une cuvée millésimée. Visit the CAVES and discover the method of Champagne making by AYALA. Walking to the roof with panoramic views over the region. 16:15 Departure to Hautvillers - a small historical village on the top of the hills. It takes about 10 minutes (6 km). 16:30- 17:00 Visit the Abbey's Church of Sindulphe d'Hautvillers (Abbaye Saint-Pierre d'Hautvillers). It is a former Benedictine monastery. The Abbey was founded in 665 and remained active till the French Revolution 1789. Dom Perignon has developed the wine making methods in the region of Champagne. Nowadays there are 26 local Champagne producers in the village. Stop at the View point with best Panoramic views over the vineyards and Marne river. 17:00 Departure to Paris. It takes 2 to 2,5 hours depending on traffic (135 km). 19:30 Coming back to Paris. Drop off at Your hotel. P.S. If the visit at one of the Champagne houses on Your date is not available we offer You beforehand a relevant alternative or a higher level Experience. You can accept it or cancel free of charge. P.P.S. 20 more Champagne Day trips from Paris by Clewel Travel in Small groups and as Private Experiences at GetYouGuide.

Private Champagne Moët et Chandon, Pommery, Pressoria

Private Champagne Moët et Chandon, Pommery, Pressoria

07:30 Hotel Pick up. Departure. The ride takes about 2 hours (140 km) and one part of it goes along the picturesque Champagne landscapes and vineyards. One stop at a rest area will be made. 10:00 - 10:45 local family producer Champagne Chateau Boursault located on the top of the hills. Tasting of 3 Glasses of Champagne with explanations. 10:45 Departure to Epernay (10 km). It takes about 15 minutes. 11:00 - 12:30 Arrival in Epernay. By Moet et Chandon we offer You three Experiences of different level including the underground cellars visit and tasting of 2 glasses of Champagne. BASIC Option: "L"Imperial" Up to 19 people, 1,5 hours. Guided Cellars visit with tastings of 2 glasses of Champagne: Moët Impérial and Rosé Impérial. MOST POPULAR Option: "SIGNATURE" Up to 15 people, 1,5 hours. Guided Cellars visit with 2 glasses of Champagne: Moët Imperial et Grand Vintage. ADVANCED Option: "Grand Vintage". Up to 10 people, 1.5 hours. Guided Cellars visit with 2 glasses: MOËT Grand Vintage Blanc, MOËT Grand Vintage Rose. Moet et Chandon is the world's biggest Champagne producer. Every second one bottle of Moet et Chandon Champagne is being opened. 12:30 - 14:00 Lunch break in Épernay. We can make a good local restaurant reservation or You can spend time of Your own. Épernay is known as the Champagne Capital of France. Located along the Marne river surrounded by the wine hills it is home of many region’s most prestigious champagne houses. Épernay is a must for champagne lovers. Walk the Avenue of Champagne attracts many tourists. 14:00 Departure to the Pressoria Museum in Ay village. It takes just 10 minutes (4 km). 14:15 - 15:15 Visit at Pressoria Museum in Ay village explaining us the History of the Champagne region and Champagne production including the Champagne tasting of 2 glasses of Champagne. 15:15 Departure to Hautvillers - a small historical village on the top of the hills. It takes about 10 minutes (6 km). 15:30 - 15:50 Visit the Abbey's Church of Sindulphe d''Hautvillers. Dom Perignon has developed the wine making methods in Champagne. Nowadays there are 26 local Champagne producers in the village. Short stop at the View point with best Panoramic views over the vineyards and Marne river. 15:50 Departure to Reims. It takes 30 minutes (28 km) 16:30 - 17:15 Audio-guided visit at the Pommery Champagne house with caves visit and 1 glass of Brut Royal tasting. 17:15 Departure to Reims Cathedral. It takes 10 minutes (2,3 km) 17:30 - 18:00 Visit at the Reims Cathedral where most of the French kings were crowned. 18:00. Departure to Paris. It takes 2 hours (144 km). 20:30 Coming back to Paris. Drop off at Your hotel. P.S. If the visit at one of the Champagne houses on Your date is not available we offer You beforehand a relevant alternative or a higher level Experience. You can accept it or cancel free of charge. P.P.S. 20 more Champagne Day trips from Paris by Clewel Travel in Small groups and as Private Experiences at GetYouGuide.

Reims/Epernay: Private Moet & Chandon Winery Tour & Tastings

Reims/Epernay: Private Moet & Chandon Winery Tour & Tastings

Your guide will pick you up from your hotel or the train station in Reims or Epernay, in an air-conditioned luxury van. Relax as you take in the sights on Avenue de Champagne in Epernay and learn about its history. Next, you'll stop at the world-famous Moët and Chandon champagne house for a tour and a tasting. Then your guide will give you recommendations for lunch at your leisure. After lunch, you'll visit and tour a family estate winery and savor another tasting. There are 4,400 Family estates in Champagne. They offer outstanding Champagne quality. A true authentic experience. The last stop of the day is one more guided tour, of the village of Hautvillers. Dom Perignon, a 17th-century monk who helped to improve the quality of wine from the Champagne region lived nearby. At the end of the day, your guide will return you to your hotel in Reims or Epernay, or to the train stations in the same cities.

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Excellent guide in Clement. Great understanding of the history of the region and the making of Champagne and we had great discu a sions abot the different approaches to the different varieties. Such a good balance of tastibgs with a fabulous, friendly group of people. It was a great day. Thank you Clement and the group. Just a pity shipping is so expensive.

Fantastic way to fully experience Champagne, our guide was extremely knowledgeable and Feely shared that knowledge. Met a great bunch of other travellers in our comfortable van. Communication after booking and before pickup was excellent

The whole experience for the champagne tour was fantastic! It was a five star day in every way and a wonderful highlight of our time in France. I would strongly recommend this tour to anyone.

We really enjoyed the tour of the three champagne houses and the tastings. The guides were very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. I recommend without fail.

Excellent trip enhanced by the passion, enthusiasm and knowledge of our guide Lionel. Could not recommend enough.