Phoned ahead and the very lovely Sedric agreed to take us around the following morning. Sedric was an absolute gem. He showed us around and spoke really great English. We were shown the whole process to making champagne. Sedric was passionate and excited about the whole champagne process. He talked about the personality of the wines and how grapes married together to make different types of champagne. The tour was extremely special and totally different to the bigger champagne houses. It felt more intimate and informal and it felt as though we were getting a sneak preview of everything. The tasting at the end was fantastic and it was all free of charge. The champagne tasted great and is made by students that attend the school that is attached to the cellars. We can't thank Sedric enough and would highly recommend this tour to anybody rather than going to the common names in champagne.
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