Proud of their traditions, Champagne producers will explain and share their knowledge on Champagne production, making and bottling. You will visit some incredible and old wine cellars and enjoy a delicious Champagne tasting.
According to openings and availability, you will visit the cellars of Mumm or Pommery, two of the most famous houses of Champagne.
A masterpiece of Gothic art, one of the major medieval achievements in Europe, and remarkable for both its architecture and its statuary. Reims Cathedral is the only church to have angels with outstretched wings, including the famous Smiling Angel on the left portal of the facade.
From the top of this unusual tower, a breathtaking view of the vineyards, the Champagne plain, and the city of Reims are offered from a landscaped belvedere. Immerse yourself in the heart of the vineyards with an original and wonderful overview from the top. Discover the vineyards and enjoy a great Champagne tasting.
On the way back to Paris, we will make a stop in the charming village of Hautvillers, the tiny village place where the monk Dom Pérignon, during the 18th century, discovered the method of Champagne making.