Reims: Full-Day Moët’s Vineyard & Family Winery Group Tour
- Have a tasting at a world-recognized Champagne House
- Drive through the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site of Champagne Avenue in Epernay
- Admire the UNESCO World Heritage village of Hautvillers
- Visit and enjoy a tasting at a family run boutique winery
- Taste 10 Champagne wines during the day
- Discover the Premier Cru and Grand Cru vineyards of Champagne
Drive through the beautiful Champagne Avenue in Epernay and hop off the minivan to explore the picturesque historical village of Hautvillers,where the Monk Dom Perignon lived for 47 years. Walk through the alleys of the church where the first Champagnes were made, and enjoy exquisite panoramic views of the Champagne vineyard. Appreciate the outstanding view of the Champagne region’s UNESCO-listed World Heritage hillside vines.
Continue through the Grand Cru and Premier Cru vineyards of Ay and Mareuil/Ay. Explore a restored Champagne house and enjoy a traditional aperitif with a local lunch, paired wines and Champagnes in a fun and familial atmosphere. Try local products like baguette, Reims’s ham, regional cheeses and pink biscuit ratafia. Then, get an introduction to the Champagne making process, economy and sparkling history.
Next, appreciate the nice hillsides of Champagne and then get a behind the scenes view of a family run boutique winery. Visit the traditional press, vat room and cellar of an authentic Champagne grower. Stroll down the cool cellar corridors and glance at the immense quantity of bottles slowly maturing. Enjoy several tastings of their bestseller cuvees and find Champagne for the best value. Your effervescent tour will end with your guide driving you back to Reims to conclude your full-day tour.
Prepare for the activity
Reims city center train station forecourt in front of tourist information. For you are coming by train to Reims for the day: If you are coming from Paris by train, book it as soon as possible to get the best fares. (The trains can get sometimes get fully booked.) • Weekdays (from Monday to Friday) Take the train leaving from Paris Est at 7:38 am and arriving Reims ceter at 8:41 am. Note, there is a connection in this itinerary. • Weekends (Saturday and Sunday) Take the train leaving from Paris Est at 7:55 am and arriving Reims center at 8:56 am. Note, there is a connection in this itinerary.Open in Google Maps ⟶
• Wear shoes suited for a walk in the vineyards
• Please note that the visit to Moët & Chandon is in English only, and cannot be translated