Insider's Guide to Champagne

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Champagne Attractions

House of Mumm

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In 1827, three German brothers brought their experience of producing and merchandising wine to the Champagne region. Jacobus, Gottlieb and Phillip Mumm founded the House of Mumm, and set about ...  Read more


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Reims was founded in 80 BC by a Gallic tribe called the Remi, from which the town gets its name. The Remi allied themselves with Julius Caesar during his conquest of Gaul, and that association made ...  Read more


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Where Dijon is a center for Burgundy's red wine production (and that of mustard), Epernay is the main entrepot for the wines of the Champagne region. Visitors from all over the world come to this ...  Read more

Palais du Tau (Tau Palace)

The Palais du Tau - or Tau Palace - owes its decidedly un-French name to its floor-plan, which resembles the letter "T." The original structure on the site was a 6th-century Roman villa, ...  Read more

Sens Cathédrale Saint-Etienne

The Cathedral of St Etienne, or St. Stephen of Sens is one of the oldest Gothic buildings in France, its construcition having been started in 1140, though it would not be finished for nearly 400 ...  Read more


Unlike many of the other prominent champagne producers in Reims, Taittinger Champagne house carries the distinction of being owned and operated by the same family who opened its doors in 1930. It ...  Read more


Troyes is rooted in the Roman era, becoming a hub of several Roman roads leading to Reims, Langres and even Milan. As Rome fell and church became the dominant force in European life, Troyes became a ...  Read more

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