Everything was arranged well in this quite pricey tour. You'll be in cellars and see lots of champagne bottles and as well you get to know how champange is made and of course the history od Moet et Chandon. When you have visited one cellar and heard how champagne is made, it is enough. It is recommeded to book your visit beforehand.
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