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  • Reims Champagne Tasting & G.H. Mumm House Cellar Tour

    1. Reims Champagne Tasting & G.H. Mumm House Cellar Tour

    Take a 1-hour cellar tour of the legendary G.H. Mumm House in Reims and explore the intricate world of champagne making. With over 15 miles (25 kilometers) of galleries and 25 million bottles of champagne, it is an exquisite and refined world that has been at the heart of Champagne production since 1827. On this program you’ll learn about the champagne-making process, including all the main stages involved in making the world-famous Cordon Rouge. You’ll also have the opportunity to visit the museum, which is one of the finest of its kind, documenting the history of the champagne process. After the tour, you’ll have around 30 minutes to enjoy a tasting of some famous fine champagne.

    It was a nice experience! Different from any other Champagne Tour that we had. The Guide was really friendly, funny and have a lot of knowledge. We recommend this Tour for you if you looking for an affordable Tour, it’s worth the price

  • From Paris: Day Trip to Champagne with 8 Tastings & Lunch

    2. From Paris: Day Trip to Champagne with 8 Tastings & Lunch

    Tour starts at your hotel (if located in Paris) or at the central Paris meeting point. Your driver guide will pick you up in a cozy air-conditioned minivan at around 7.30 AM. Enjoy tasty croissants on the way to Champagne, while your guide tells you all you need to know about the sparkling universe of champagne! Once you arrive in Champagne, you'll start your day with a visit to a very prestigious Estate (Moët & Chandon, Veuve Clicquot, Mercier etc. depending on supplier availability). Discover never-ending galleries filled with bottles and of course, finish the guided-tour with a tasting. Back in your air-conditioned minivan, admire the landscapes and stop in the heart of the vineyard to enjoy a masterclass led by your wine expert guide. He will teach you the basis of the wine professional tasting. Then you will practice by enjoying a special cuvee. Next stop is for lunch in a family...

    What a fantastic day, in spite of it being rainy, cloudy and overcast! Bastein provided us with a great narrative of the region during our time together and I was sorry to see our day come to an end. Our lunch with a French producer was just delightful…..food was delicious and our host shared her love of champagne and food with such a beautiful smile! So glad we added this trip to our Paris itinerary.

  • From Reims: Taittinger Champagne Morning Tour & Tastings

    3. From Reims: Taittinger Champagne Morning Tour & Tastings

    Start the tour a 9 AM in Reims, where you will be picked up from the meeting point in an air-conditioned minivan. Start the morning by seeing the sights in the fabulous city of Reims. Drive by “Notre Dame de Reims”, one of the first monuments to be registered as a Unesco World Heritage Site. Absorb the historical atmosphere of the city, home of the coronation of more than 25 kings of France. After this, explore the underground cellars of the prestigious Taittinger Champagne House where you will have the opportunity to savor a lovely morning glass of champagne. Take a scenic drive through the northern vineyards of the elegant Montagne de Reims while your guide points out the particularities and peculiarities of the region. Find out why the vines are planted on steep slopes and why the local subsoil is composed of such pure chalk. Continue your bubbly tour when you arrive at a family-run...

    Tom was personable and knowledgeable about the types, processes and history of champagnes.

  • From Reims: E-Bike Champagne Tasting Tour and Lunch

    4. From Reims: E-Bike Champagne Tasting Tour and Lunch

    Meet your expert and friendly guide in Reims and head towards Epernay, the Champagne Capital. Drive through the beautiful Avenue of Champagne full of prestigious Champagne Houses, stopping for the perfect picture. Taste a variety of different Champagnes in picturesque environments.  Earn your first glass of Champagne cycling your e-bike through the Unesco classified vineyards of Champagne. Learn all the details about the vineyards and the French Terroir. Discover the Birthplace of Champagne in Hautvillers and find out how Champagne was discovered.  Load your batteries and taste different Champagnes from a small family grower. Jump off your bike to savour a local meal at a restored Champagne House and match your authentic lunch with some Champagnes and local wines.

    Really great experience, well organised and totally felt looked after. Great variety of biking and tasting we thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone!

  • From Paris: Small-Group Moët & Chandon Champagne Tour

    5. From Paris: Small-Group Moët & Chandon Champagne Tour

    The only place in the world that is able to grow and produce Champagne is located just outside Paris. On this full-day (11-hour) excursion you’ll also learn about the history of Champagne master Dom Perignon. Visit the quaint chapel and grave site of Dom Perignon, the father of Champagne and then meet with a local producer to learn about the growing process. Enjoy a fully guided tour at the House of Moët and Chandon, the world’s largest producers of Champagne. Take a walk through part of their 40 kilometers of cellars. Before heading back to Paris you’ll also visit the beautiful Cathedral of Reims and have free time to explore inside where all of the French Kings were crowned. During the day you’ll have the opportunity to taste at least 4 different types of Champagne and even pick up some bottles for souvenirs if you’d like. They can accompany you back to Paris in the van.

    I love the way the tour was organized- the first visit to the family vineyard with an in depth explanation & then the tour of Moët and Chandon as a review guide. The only complaint we had was the guide recommended a restaurant and only gave us 45 minutes for lunch. We had to severely rush even though we requested more time from the guide (she gave us 10 minutes). All this so we could walk across the parking lot to Moët and Chandon in order to arrive 10 minutes early and then wait another 10-15 minutes.

  • Passy-Grigny: Champagne Tour and Tasting Experience

    6. Passy-Grigny: Champagne Tour and Tasting Experience

    Head into the heart of Marne Valley to the charming village of Passy-Grigny where your Champagne adventure awaits. Enjoy a guided tour and discover everything there is to know about Champagne including the unique grapes that are used to make it and how it is produced. See both old and new Champagne presses, watch a mini-movie about vines and wines, and ignite your passion for Meunier grapes. At the end of the tour, enjoy a tasting session of three Champagnes.

    Very friendly people and cheap! IMPORTANT NOTE: A Taxi ride from Reims to this place will cost you 200 euros round trip!

  • Reims: Moët & Chandon Tour with Champagne Tasting

    7. Reims: Moët & Chandon Tour with Champagne Tasting

    Indulge yourself with a day of exploring rolling hills, vineyards, wine cellars, and upmarket French fizz. Enjoy a champagne tasting at the fine winery of Moët & Chandon. Drive through Avenue de Champagne to see a selection of the most beautiful houses of Champagne. Get introduced to Dom Pérignon in the yard of Moët & Chandon. Take a guided walk down the cellars storing bottles for miles. Learn the history of Moët & Chandon, from the founder to the inheritors who created the famous Brut Imperial. Then, settle in for a champagne tasting session to unwind. Try 2 different types of Moët & Chandon champagne. Understand how to take advantage of all the flavors and aromas from experts. Take advantage of all branded products under one roof at the Moët & Chandon shop. Finally, enjoy a tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Reims. See the Avenue de Champagne while seeing the many opulent M...

  • From Epernay or Reims: Dom Perignon Private Half-Day Tour

    8. From Epernay or Reims: Dom Perignon Private Half-Day Tour

    Enjoy a private half-day visit to the Dom Perignon cellars to discover their famous champagne. After pickup at your accommodation in Reims or Epernay, drive to the village where Dom Perignon was first created. Continue to the cellars in Epernay where each bottle of Dom Perignon champagne is made and aged. Learn the history of Dom Perignon and the special techniques for producing this unique quality champagne. Taste 2 glasses of Dom Perignon in a private tasting salon, with a detailed explanation of each glass. Browse the shop and buy a bottle to take home, if you like, before being dropped off back at your hotel.

  • Reims: Veuve Clicquot & Family Winery Group Full-Day Tour

    9. Reims: Veuve Clicquot & Family Winery Group Full-Day Tour

    Meet your personnal and friendly guide, hop-on the minivan and start the day with a sightseeing of Reims "city of coronations". Drive by “Notre dame de Reims”, one of the first monuments to be registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Absorb the historical atmosphere of the city, home of the coronation of more than 25 kings of France, and later tragic heart of the two world wars. During your drive, pass by famous Champagne Houses such as Pommery and Taittinger.  Enjoy a full tour of the prestigious Champagne House “Veuve Clicquot” as an introduction to the Champagne making process. You will get to enter the UNESCO chalk cellars that are amazingly deep and long. Savor a nice morning Champagne glass and prepare your palate for 10 Champagne wines tasted during the day! Drive through the Champagne vineyards and have a stop among the vines to enjoy explanations about the vine-growing proce...

  • From Reims: Exclusive Tour to Moet et Chandon & Taittinger

    10. From Reims: Exclusive Tour to Moet et Chandon & Taittinger

    Explore one of the great wine-producing areas of France on a small group tour of the Champagne region. Sample the sparkling produce of this world-renowned area, such as the Champagne Taittinger, one of the last Champagne houses to be owned by the original family.  With varietals consisting of 50% pinot noir, 15% pinot meunier, and 35% chardonnay, the Taittinger vineyard is an unsurpassed example of a Champagne style in which chardonnay plays such a significant role. The vineyards production is supplemented by the contractual acquisition of grapes from independent suppliers operating the finest vineyards in the Champagne region.  En route to Épernay, travel through the Marne Valley vineyards to meet the legendary monk Dom Pérignon who produced the most expensive wines of France in the 17th century and is now buried in the church of the former Benedictine Hautvillers Abbey. Visit Épernay...

    This is a definite must do. Our small group booking was fantastic and our guide, Radames, was informative and entertaining. The whole day was brilliant, the scenery, the elegance of the champagne houses and the wine tunnels...amazing. Highly recommend.

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What people are saying about Reims

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 327 reviews

What a fantastic day, in spite of it being rainy, cloudy and overcast! Bastein provided us with a great narrative of the region during our time together and I was sorry to see our day come to an end. Our lunch with a French producer was just delightful…..food was delicious and our host shared her love of champagne and food with such a beautiful smile! So glad we added this trip to our Paris itinerary.

Vasiting Taittinger was interesting as expected. Our guide, Martin, spoke good English and was both informative and professional. The visit at a smaller winery was cozy and relaxed. Thank you Martin!

Our guide Christophe was AMAZING!!! We had an educational and exciting day of champagne, laughs and memorable adventures with new friends. This is the only way to visit Champagne!

Our guide Bastien was wonderful! The wineries and we went to were diverse and interesting. Overall a very successful tour.

Informative and well presented guide. Involved participants in each activity.