You get an audio guide in the language of your choice to follow the whole experience. Initially view the magnificent giant barrel in the entrance hall, then a short illustrated lecture followed by a trip on the little underground train around a couple of kilometres of champagne storage tunnels. Finally a tasting in the shop/salon. The guides and attendants speak excellent English as well as other languages and are very conversant with the champagne history and processes. Well worth 11 euros.
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