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Champagne Day Trip to Moët et Chandon and Family Winery including Lunch from Reims

  • 9-hours tour of Champagne in Reims including 10 tastings
  • Tour local wineries from the big-hitters to the family-run
  • Learn about the process of making Champagne from grape to bottle
Champagne Day Trip to Moët et Chandon and Family Winery including Lunch from Reims
From US$225.90
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Champagne Day Trip to Moët et Chandon and Family Winery including Lunch from Reims
From US$225.90
Go behind the scenes of the Champagne industry on this 9-hour guided tour of Epernay. Sample 10 Champagnes throughout the trip, which also includes touring multiple wineries, visiting sites important to Champagne history, and learning to taste Champagne like an expert.
What to Expect
Meet your guide at the Reims Train Station in the center of the city in time for a 9 a.m. departure. Climb aboard a comfortable minivan with a total of eight passengers or fewer and begin your drive to Champagne country.
Begin your tour with a visit to one of France’s most famous Champagne houses: Moët and Chandon, Veuve Cliquot, or Taittinger. Learn about the global Champagne industry while tasting your first glass of the day.
Then, continue to La Montagne de Reims and walk through the vineyards while learning about grape varieties from your guide, before driving down Champagne Avenue in Epernay. Stop to visit the historical town of Hautvillers, former home to the Champagne master Monk Dom Perignon, and visit the church where it is rumored Champagne first flowed.
Enjoy a local lunch of regional specialties like Reims ham and rose biscuits paired with wine and Champagne before taking a tasting class that takes you through the process from grape to bottle. Visit a final family-run winery that uses traditional processes before returning to Reims.
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Reviews (49)
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago
A Sparkling Educational Experience with Angelique

Our group of 5 were celebrating our dear friend Andrew's 40th birthday in Paris and wanted an interesting excursion. After our experience we were all unanimous that we were happy we chose this tour. Our guide Angelique met us promptly at the Reims train station...More

1  Thank Thomas L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
This is the champagne tour to do

I did the champagne day tour to Moet et Chandon with lunch at the family home and it is a day that I won't forget. Great communication in arranging a date that a group tour would be held in December as I was travelling solo....More

Thank apex_guy
Reviewed 19 October 2018
Great fun

We had an excellent day on this trip. Angelique was an amazing guide. Very knowledge and super entertaining. A full day of learning, eating and drinking champagne. I’d highly recommend this tour.

Thank horangk
Reviewed 17 October 2018
Excellent guide is what makes this tour so good

Was recommended this tour by some family members, in particular they recommended Angelique. Booking online was simple and straightforward. We arrived at the train station, but the pickup was delayed due to heavy traffic on the freeway. Our guide, Angelique apologised and rearranged our day,...More

Thank 987georgek
Reviewed 2 October 2018
Engaging from start to finish with a wonderful guide

We had a full day tour for 4 of us booked with Ana. We visited a family run business, had an incredible lunch at a family champagne house, then a fascinating cellar visit to another small producer, finished with a visit to Moet & Chandon....More

1  Thank Noswad292
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