We came as part of a group tour and took the tour in English. Our guide was very interesting and lively. She had a great sense of humor and lots of fun facts in addition to the basic info about process.
Some information overlapped with the tour of G. H. Mumm in Reims, but there was also a lot of new information. For instance, there are 18 miles of tunnels on three levels where the champagne ages for this company alone.
We also learned about Dom Perignon, which used to be associated with Moet as one company but now is a separate company. The process is very labor intensive which explains why it costs so much.
The best part, of course, was the tasting. Moet is an excellent champagne and although we've had it before, we came away with a renewed appreciation and thirst for more. Unfortunately, no tasting for Dom.
They have a gift shop at the end where you can buy bottles to take home.
Excellent tour and highly recommended!
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.