Champagne Wine Region Tour on Small Group Minibus

Champagne Wine Region Tour on Small Group Minibus

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      Paris, France
      10.5 Hours
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      $ 297
      • Rheims: At this iconic city, you will take a short tour of the impressive cathedral, a gothic masterpiece where the kings of France came to be crowned. Take a morning tour of a small wine-maker near Epernay. Depending on the process used, you will see the press, winery, blending, riddling, disgorging, and then round it all off with a glass of the vineyard’s champagne. Delicious! 
      • Meal included: Enjoy lunch in Epernay offering a traditional menu from the Champagne region. 
      • Bubbly afternoon: Later, you’ll travel to Epernay’s world famous Mumm champagne house where an expert will explain the method of creating Champagne from the picking of grapes to the process of bottling. Then, enjoy a tasting session that includes a glass of the sparkling drink.

      Meeting point

      Please meet in the lobby of your downtown-area Paris hotel. Let us know the name of your hotel and street address during check-out.

      Helpful hints

      Tour must be reserved at least 5 days prior to departure. Mumm cellars visits in English, French, and Spanish.

      Getting around

      Walking is at your own pace in town; the amount is at each person's discretion. Expect steps, inclines & cobblestones. You must be able to get negotiate the travel path without assistance or with the help of a companion.

      Activity type

      Cultural, Scenic, Food & Wine, Full Day

      Transportation used

      5-seat Mini-van or 9-seat Mini-van

      Included amenities

      Entrance Tickets
      Lunch and drinks
      Wine tastings
      Roundtrip Transfers from Central Paris Hotels (post code 75000)



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      Tour Participation Requirements

      Activity Level

      This experience is rated moderate. Full participation may require extended periods of walking over even and uneven surfaces, steep terrain and/or water activity in a slight current. There may be steps, inclines, cobblestone surfaces, and extended periods of standing. Participants with physical limitations should take this into account.

      Age restrictions

      Suitable for all ages.

      Your day will start with being picked up by your driver-guide at your accommodations. From there, you'll make your way out of Paris to Rheims. you will take a short tour of the impressive Cathedral, a gothic masterpiece where the Kings of France came to be crowned.

      The minibus will make a stop at Reims Mountain, so you can snap an Instagram-worthy picture and take in spectacular views from almost 790 feet up, overlooking some of the most prestigious vineyards. You'll also be able to admire the bell towers of approximately 45 different villages. 

      You'll head to Epernay, where you'll get a guided tour of Moet et Chandon, which was founded in 1743 and is one of the world's largest Champagne producers and a prominent Champagne house. The tour will focus on the sparkling wine's history and includes a special tasting in an incredible setting. (Tip: bring warm clothing, as the cellar can get a bit chilly.)

      Apart from touring Moet et Chandon, you'll visit a small wine maker and learn about the wine-making process, including pressing, fermentation, bottling, and more. Also included: a sampling of the owner's product. You'll also make a stop at an Epernay restaurant, where you'll enjoy a traditional lunch, complete with two glasses of wine. After departing from Epernay, you'll head back to Paris, where you'll be dropped off at your accommodations.

      A sparkling history

      You may be familiar with the prestigious Champagne Dom Perignon, but did you know that it's part of the Moet et Chandon brand? The upscale bubbly's namesake was a Benedictine monk who was an important pioneer for the quality and production of Champagne in a time when the region's wines were predominantly red, but, contrary to popular belief, he did not discover the method for making sparkling wines.

      Dom Perignon is a vintage Champagne, meaning that it's only made during the best years and the grapes used to make it are harvested within the same year. (Non-vintage Champagne, which constitutes most bubbly brands, is made from grapes harvested in different years.) The first Dom was produced in 1921, but wasn’t released for sale until 1936.

      Full refunds issued for cancellations made 7 full days prior to the date and time of requested services. Cancellations made within the 7-day and 72-hour window will receive a 50% refund of purchase total. Purchases are non-refundable inside of 72 hours


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      Paris, France
      Paris, France
      Great photo opportunities
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      Wear Sunglasses
      Wear light clothing

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