Epernay, Avenue de Champagne and Hautvillers’ Vineyard Afternoon Tour from Reims

Epernay, Avenue de Champagne and Hautvillers’ Vineyard Afternoon Tour from Reims

Enjoy a pleasant afternoon touring the Avenue de Champagne, Hautvillers’ vineyard and discovering beautiful Champagne growers

Tour type: Group , Duration: 4 Hours 30 Minutes

Product ID: 59883
Description

Discover Epernay with this pleasant afternoon tour through the Avenue de Champagne, Hautvillers’ vineyard and discover beautiful Champagne growers.
 
Kick off your sparkling day with a drive through the gorgeous Avenue de Champagne and dive into your favorite Champagne houses’ history. Let the historical village of Hautvillers and its captivating church take you back in time. Take a few minutes to show gratitude to the Monk Dom Pérignon for his fortuitous discovery and admire the breathtaking view on Champagne’s UNESCO-listed World Heritage vineyards.

Ride through the south vineyards of the elegant Montagne de Reims while your guide points out the particularities and peculiarities of the region: Why are the vines planted on steep slopes? Why is the subsoil made out from such a pure chalk?

Discover the exclusive cellars of a family run boutique winery. Tour the traditional press and vat room as your host details the traditional "Champagne method" also called the "Méthode Champenoise". Appreciate several tastings of their personal production and acquire further knowledge and expertise on the finest sparkling wine.
 
Finish your effervescent afternoon with a last stop by another Champagne tasting place were you will be...

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Discover Epernay with this pleasant afternoon tour through the Avenue de Champagne, Hautvillers’ vineyard and discover beautiful Champagne growers.
 
Kick off your sparkling day with a drive through the gorgeous Avenue de Champagne and dive into your favorite Champagne houses’ history. Let the historical village of Hautvillers and its captivating church take you back in time. Take a few minutes to show gratitude to the Monk Dom Pérignon for his fortuitous discovery and admire the breathtaking view on Champagne’s UNESCO-listed World Heritage vineyards.

Ride through the south vineyards of the elegant Montagne de Reims while your guide points out the particularities and peculiarities of the region: Why are the vines planted on steep slopes? Why is the subsoil made out from such a pure chalk?

Discover the exclusive cellars of a family run boutique winery. Tour the traditional press and vat room as your host details the traditional "Champagne method" also called the "Méthode Champenoise". Appreciate several tastings of their personal production and acquire further knowledge and expertise on the finest sparkling wine.
 
Finish your effervescent afternoon with a last stop by another Champagne tasting place were you will be able taste and compare various cuvées.

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About this activity
Group size
2 - 8
Languages
English, French
The meeting point
Reims Centre Train Station, Office de Tourisme Reims (Site Gare) Cour de la Gare, 51100, Reims

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Includes
  • Tour of the Avenue de Champagne
  • Visit of the historical village of Hautvillers and its church
  • Visit and tasting at a family run boutique winery
  • Tasting at an other Champagne house
  • Tour guide
  • Transportation

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Cancellation Policy

  • Up to 7 days before tour = 100% refund
  • Less than 7 days before tour = no refund

Organized by

Matthias

Born in Epernay in the Champagne Capital and direct descendant of a Champagne family, Matthias has acquired several qualifications in Champagne and Wine. After five years of working in a famous Champagne house, in 2014 he decided to become a Champagne guide and share his passion.


Product ID: 59883

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