Moët & Chandon and Taittinger Wineries Day Trip from Reims
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Join this day trip to discover the Moët & Chandon and Taittinger wine cellars for a day. The experience lasts about 8 hours and you will always be accompanied by a tour guide. Departure and return transfers are included and you will be picked up directly from your hotel.
The groups are small, about 8 people in total, so you will be able to follow your guide without any problem. The tour also includes champagne tastings at local family-run wineries , as well as at a Grand Champagne House.
- Enjoy about 3 champagne tastings during this tour from Reims.
- You will visit the Moët & Chandon and Taittinger cellars with a tour guide, so you will learn all about them.
- Groups are small, about 8 people in total.
- Return transfers are included in an air-conditioned vehicle directly from your hotel in Reims.
- Excursion to the Moët & Chandon and Taittinger wineries from Reims
- Tourist guide
- 3 champagne tastings
- Return journey in an air-conditioned vehicle
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Learn all about the Reims region and its most famous cellars on this day trip. For about 8 hours you will follow the instructions of a tour guide, from whom you will learn all sorts of details about champagne.
The tour is for small groups of about 8 people. Departing from Reims, an air-conditioned vehicle will pick you up directly at the door of your hotel. This transfer is included in the experience, as well as the return trip back to your hotel.
Throughout the different visits, you will learn about the production, history and importance of champagne in this region. In addition, this learning will be accompanied by some tastings of champagne produced by small family wineries, but also by large world-renowned wineries.
The main wineries you will visit are Moët & Chandon and Taittinger, both of which are very famous and have 34 different vineyards. Entrance to these cellars is subject to availability, so they can be replaced by the Mumm, Pommery, Mercier or De Castellane cellars.
Apart from the cellars, you will also visit must-see places when it comes to champagne. This includes the ruins of Roman cellars more than 2000 years old or the tomb of the monk Dom Pérignon, the creator of champagne.