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La Cité Du Champagne Collet

32 Rue Jeanson
51160 Ay

Champagne Vincey

6 Rue du Mesnil
51190 Oger

Office Du Tourisme Epernay “pays De Champagne”

7 Avenue de Champagne
51200 Épernay
7.5€ - 20€

Champagne Simon Rion

3 Rue des Auches
51390 Courmas
15€ - 25€

Les Sensations Vigneronnes

14 Rue de la Poterne
51200 Épernay
40€ - 50€

Le Wine Bar By Le Vintage

16 Place du Forum
51100 Reims

Champagne Du Rédempteur

30 Route d'Arty
51480 Venteuil

Champagne Vollereaux

48 Rue Léon Bourgeois
51530 Pierry
12€ - 32€

Villa Bissinger / Ecole Des Vins De Champagne

15 Rue Jeanson
51160 Ay
Free - 25€

Balade à Vélo électrique En Champagne

Place de la République
51160 Hautvillers
35€ - 55€

Champagne Christian Muller

35 Rue de la Libération
51500 Mailly-Champagne

Champagne Sylvie Moreau

9 Rue des Tilleuls
51390 Saint-Euphraise-et-Clairizet

Champagne Vincent D’astrée

1 Rue Carnot
51530 Pierry
8€ - 15€

Champagne Boulard-bauquaire

30 Rue du Petit Guyencourt
51220 Cormicy
3.5€ - 20€

Champagne Albert Beerens

37 Rue Blanche
10200 Arrentières
8€ - 30€

Champagne Hélène Delhéry

Chemin des Garennes
51160 Hautvillers

Champagne Charles Mignon

6 Rue Irène Joliot Curie
51200 Épernay
9€ - 12€

Champagne R. Vizeneux & Fils

18 Rue du Tilleul
51700 Baslieux-sous-Châtillon

Champagne Poirot

Ruelle Pernet
51130 Bergères-lès-Vertus
12€ - 25€

Champagne Jean-louis Chauré

6 Rue de Vavray
51300 Bassuet

Le Sentier Du Vigneron

Place de la Mairie
51160 Mutigny
15€ - 20€

Champagne Jacques Copin

23 Rue de la Barre
51700 Verneuil
15€ - 45€

Champagne Franck Debut

Rue des Grattières
51220 Hermonville

Champagne R.h. Coutier

10 Boulevard des Fossés de Ronde
51150 Ambonnay

Champagne Delavenne Père Et Fils

6 Rue de Tours sur Marne
51150 Bouzy

Champagne Dagonet & Fils

210 Rue de Fismes
51160 Hautvillers

Champagne François Vallois

10 Avenue des Comtes de Champagne
51130 Bergères-lès-Vertus

Champagne Thuillier & Filles

8 Rue du Moulin
51270 Beaunay

Champagne L’hoste Père Et Fils

Rue de Vavray
51300 Bassuet

Champagne Guy Remi

13 Rue Valentine Régnier
51700 Baslieux-sous-Châtillon

Champagne Assailly

6 Rue de Lombardie
51190 Avize

Champagne Jean Marniquet

12 Rue Pasteur
51160 Avenay-Val-d'Or

Champagne Dechelle Henri Et Fille

3 Rue Paul Doumer
02400 Brasles

Itineraire Y

6 Rue des Semonts
51200 Épernay

Champagne Piot Sevillano

23 Rue d'Argentelle
51700 Vincelles
10€ - 15€

Champagne Legras & Haas

9 Grande Rue
51530 Chouilly

Champagne Selosse

59 Rue de Cramant
51190 Avize

Champagne Aurore Casanova

64 Avenue Jean Jaurès
51200 Épernay

Northeast, France

1h30 from paris

16,0000 wineries


Why visit Champagne ?

100 miles away from Paris and located in the northeast of France,  Champagne is the closest wine region from the French capital city. Its main commercial cities are Reims, Epernay and Troyes.  The principal grapes varieties grown on the chalky earth in the region include Chardonnay, Pinot noir, and Pinot Meunier. Since 2016, Champagne Hillsides, Houses and Cellars are part of the Unesco world heritage program helping wine-tourism activities develop themselves.

Wine tourism in Champagne

The best Champagne Tours, Tastings and workshops in the region

Itineraire Y

  • vineyard
  • private tasting
  • scenic
  • cellar
  • tasting
  • blending
6 Rue des Semonts
51200 Épernay

Champagne Vincent D’astrée

  • private tasting
  • cellar
  • tasting
1 Rue Carnot
51530 Pierry
8€ - 15€

What to visit in Epernay ?

The capital city of Champagne

With its famous “Avenue de Champagne” where you will be able to discover famous champagne houses like Moët et Chandon, Boizel, De Venoge, Pol Roger, .. and the tourism information office.

The city is surrounded by vineyards and if you drive around Epernay, you will be able to discover marvellous villages like Aÿ-Champagne, Hautvillers, Damery, ..

   2h from Paris

    1h20 from Paris (via TER)

Visiting Reims for a couple of days

City of the coronations

Famous for its unique cathedral, Notre-Dame de Reims, where kings of France like Henry IV, Charlemagne, Clovis were crowned during monarchical history. Reims became a main city during the Roman Empire thanks to its location near Belgium.

Most famous large Champagne Houses have established their headquarters in Reims for tasting and tours ( Champagne Vranken-Pommery, Veuve-Cliquot, Taittinger, Ruinart, Krug.. Their Champagne ages in the many caves and cellars under the city of Reims, which form a sort of maze carved in chalk, some of these passages date back to Roman times.

   1h30 from Paris

    45mn from Paris (via TGV)

What to do in Troyes ?

A city at the limit of Burgundy

Former capital of Champagne and perfect short trip visit from Paris, Troyes is located in the South part of the Champagne region, in the Aube department. You will be able to discover half-timbered houses that survived from the 16th century survived in the old town.

The rich and powerful Counts of Champagne built their palace in Troyes and it was a prosperous place that attracted lots of merchants from all over Europe during the well known Foire de Champagne. The city is also attached to cultural gastronomic traditions and you will be able to taste the famous Andouillette de Troyes.

   2h from Paris

    1h30 from Paris (via Intercité )

Tips to discover the region like a local

Even if the Champagne region is well equipped with trains to go from a city to another and public transportation to move around the city, we recommend you to rent a car if you plan on staying a couple of days or more in the area. It will be easier for you to go from Reims to Epernay or Troyes and visit smaller villages between those larger cities. Moreover, wineries are often located in those small towns and booking a cab is not alway that easy.

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The Champagne region is full of nice and charming villages. You might arrive in Reims or Epernay but you have to go and visit villages that are in the heart of the vineyards. Near Epernay, Hautvillers is a great village where Dom Pérignon used to produce its Champagne and where you’ll have an amazing view on the vineyards. Other villages like Sacy or Chigny-les-roses are wonderful.

Want to discover Champagne like no one else ? A professional guide can drive you around Champagne and from one winery to another depending on your wine tour bookings. He will explain you the history of Champagne as well as all the information you must discover about this precious sparkling wine. Pick ups are available from Epernay, Reims, Troyes or Paris. If you are interest please click here to complete the form.

Like in any places, restaurants can be good and perfect and sometimes a bit deceiving. To avoid you the last option our team gathered some of their best spots. In Epernay you have several choices but our favorites are Chez Max, la Table Kobus, le Theatre, les Berceaux, ..

In Reims our recommendations would be l’Assiette Champenoise, Racine, les Crayères, le Millénaire, chez Ginette, la Table des halles, Au petit comptoir.

La Briquetterie in Vinay, Le Chateau de Sacy in Sacy, le Grand cerf in Montchenot  are also perfect for lunch or diner.

A lot of museum will help you discover and learn more about Champagne, how its elaborated and its history. In order to have a full view of the cultural establishment in the Champagne region please click here.


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Areas of Champagne vineyards

Champagne’s viticultural area is split into five wine producing districts within the historical province

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