Insider's Guide to Champagne

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

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France’s Champagne region is known the world over for its sparkling wines. Indeed, the French government is so protective of champagne wines that the name itself is only bestowed upon vintages that have met the strictest standards. Of course, the ... 

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October 2010

Nice big bottles of the good stuff.

Champagne Tour

October 2009

Bruce J
Canada

Coronation of king's church in Reims

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

The House of Moet and Chandon

September 2014

Dom Perignon at the entrance.

Good Selection

September 2014

Enjoyable.

Arranged bottles

September 2014

Nicely done.

At Mumm

September 2014

Good tour.

Me with large bottles of Moet and Chandon

July 2014

This is the best part of the tour! The tasting!!!

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.

The smiling angel

July 2014

These are angels carved on the outside of the cathedral in Reims. The smiling angel is incredibly famous and is seen in pictures all over.

Cathedral in Reims

July 2014

Stunning view of the center of the cathedral in Reims

This is what almost a 100,000 bottles of Moet and Chandon looks like

July 2014

These bottles have just been cleaned and finished and are ready to be labeled and shipped.

G.H. Mumm Cellars

July 2014

Champagne not quite ready in the cellars at Mumm.

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