Insider's Guide to Champagne

Major attractions, tips and our top things to see and do.

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We have to agree, there’s nothing more French than Champagne. To see where the legend began, visit the sacred town of Reims, known for its role in consecrating the kings of France as well as its importance to the Champagne region’s sparkling wines.  ... 

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Champagne Tour

October 2009

Bruce J
Canada

Coronation of king's church in Reims

Taittinger Cellar

June 2015

Stacks of champagne bottles in Taittinger cellar.

Champagne Cellar

June 2015

The cellar was amazing and, if I recall, consists of 12 miles of tunnels.

Champagne Tasting

June 2015

Enjoying the tasting at Mercier

Tour guide Me

May 2015

Introduce the awesome tour guide for the Champagne tour.

Dom Perignon

September 2014

Classy set up of the finest champagne ever...

The Grapes

September 2014

We were extremely fortunate to visit at the very beginning of Harvest time so freshly cut grapes were being brought into the champagne making process right before our eyes...

Dusty bottles that are still aging and not ready to be consumed.

July 2014

In one of these caverns where the champagne is stored there is up to 100,000 bottles.

G.H. Mumm Cellars

July 2014

Champagne not quite ready in the cellars at Mumm.

Inside the World's most famous Champagne Showroom

June 2014

Dilip and Mrunalini at Moet and Chandon - No tour is complete without a glass of Champagne ! Cheers

In the Vineyards

June 2014

Dilip and Mrunalini at the Moet and Chandon Vineyards - Champagne Region

Visit to Moet and Chandon Champagne Region Day Trip

June 2014

Mario S
Malta

Anna by the statue of Dom Perignon at Moet and Chandon

Champagne cellars at GH Mumm - Reims

April 2014

Ian T
Australia

Museum area in the cellars showing machinery/equipment used in earlier times

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January 2014

prop champagne

From the Village of Mutigny

January 2014

This is a the view from the village of Mutigny where a local grape grower talked about the growing, harvest and post harvest cycles of growing the three types of grapes that are used to make champagne.

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