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Découvrez les plaisirs et l'histoire du champagne lors de cette excursion d’une journée dans les vignobles au départ de Paris. Dans cette région du champagne, visitez la maison Moët & Chandon, qui présente 28 km de caves, et rencontrez un producteur local. Vous en apprendrez plus sur la culture, la récolte et la mise en bouteille, et goûterez au moins trois types de champagne. Découvrez le lieu où repose Dom Perignon, le moine qui a élaboré ce vin pétillant français. Voyagez dans un autocar confortable pouvant accueillir un maximum de huit personnes, et repartez en ayant appris à déguster du champagne.
Was well structured.Good to see both boutique and world famous champagne houses.Mini bus was new and very comfortable.Good mix of wine information and history.Our guide Oliver was outstanding.Great local knowledge and made the tour.Do yourself a favour!
This tour was great. It gave me a good understanding of how champagne is made. The tours and tastings were fun. Hannah, our guide, was extremely knowledgeable and had a great personality. The only critique I would have is that there needs to be some bottled water on the bus!
This trip was the highlight of our vacation. From start to finish our tour guide Coco made the trip one for the record books. The best part of the trip was getting to spend time with the owner and winemaker of a small production vineyard.
Hannah was an amazing guide. She was fun and has great knowledge. I would suggest this tour to anyone looking to get the full experience of the champagne region. The small winery that we went to was perfect and very insightful.
We thoroughly enjoyed this day trip, only 4 passengers which made for a great group. Reims was very interesting we then visited a small champagne producer in Epernay. The owner Phillip was just delightful and his champagne superb. The town of Epernay was worth exploring on foot during free time. Visit to Moët very enjoyable.
We enjoyed this tour very much. Starting early allowed us to miss most of the traffic coming back into Paris, which was a great idea. Antoine, our driver and tour guide did a great job explaining everything we saw and experienced. Reims Cathedral was gorgeous and while we enjoyed the Pierre Domi champagne more than the Moet et Chandon, I'm so glad that we saw both places. It was a lovely experience, and I highly recommend it.
This tour was such a pleasant and beautiful experience. Our guide Antoine was so knowledgeable and passionate about the entire process of champagne production from beginning to end. it was a real pleasure having us guide us and provide his insights. The champagne region is absolutely beautiful with all its hills and small towns. Stopping at Pierre Domi Grauves was definitely a highlight. You get to see and understand how champagne production begins and all the different steps in between until the finished product. The actual tasting after the tour inside the plant was very pleasant. we bought 2 bottles to bring home!. We continued on to Moet et Chandon and Dom Perignon houses of champagne which was also fabulous. The tour of the underground production was incredible. This was an all day adventure very worth taking!!!.