A Day in Champagne: Famous Maisons and Small Producers

Leaving from Paris, discover the noblest wine region in France

12 hours
all year long
2 famous maisons and 1 small producer
with guide
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The Champagne region is just 150 km from Paris. This convenient proximity allows you to go on a day trip from the capital and deepen your knowledge about the world’s most celebrated sparkling wine. Find out more about its history, visit its celebrated maisons and dive into the lives of small producers.


Meet your guide, a French wine expert, in the morning, and travel together in a private vehicle, with destination to Reims, the capital of the Champagne region.
In Reims, you will be doing the first champagne tasting in one of the world-famous Champagne houses such as Moët & Chandon, Pommery, Taittinger, Mumm, Mercier or Verve Clicquot (depending on schedule), where you will learn more about the history of champagne, the grapes used for champagne and the winemaking process.
We will then visit the fabulous cathedral of Notre-Dame-de-Reims, inaugurated in 1345 and home to most of the weddings of the French Kings of the time.
After lunch, you’ll take the famous “Champagne Road” for a beautiful journey around the Champagne countryside and stop in the middle of the vineyards where your guide will explain more about the terroirs, the vineyards, and the meaning of organic and natural wines.
On the way, you will meet an authentic family winemaker for the second champagne tasting of the day, with at least 3 champagnes to be tasted, all entirely produced by them, from the grapes to the wine.
We finishe our day in the beautiful city of Epernay, with a last visit and tasting of a established maison, before returning to Paris with an expected arrival around 7pm.


– Transport from Paris* (return), we leave at 7am and return to the center of Paris around 7pm
– A wine guide, passionate about history who will teach you all the secrets of Champagne and its region
– Visit and tastings in wineries carefully selected by your wine expert
– Lunch
– Visit to the main historical points of the region
* The tour is also available from the city of Reims


– Private tours and bespoke visits (on request)


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Itinerant Wine Course / Tasting: The Natural Wine
The Natural Wine of the Loire Valley

did you know
One of the reasons that made Champagne famous for being associated with festive events was the fact that almost all the great kings of France were crowned in Reims, the most important city of Champagne. The coronation took place in the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Reims, built in 1225, and champagne was served in the celebrations. For this reason, long before it was even bubbly, it became known as the wine of kings and queens.

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