Champagne Houses

Region Overview

The Champagne regions, Aube, Côte de Sézanne, Côte des Blancs & Epernay, Montagne de Reims and Vallée de la Marne, have a cool climate which is a good weather condition for the grapes, they contain a high percentage of acidity and that is important for the production process of the Champagne wine. The soil in the Champagne region consists of a thick chalky layer covered by a thin layer of fertile soil.

The vines profit from the chalky soils on which they are situated because they preserve the heat and provide and excellent water regulation for the vines

Besides that, the cellars located underneath them and where the Champagnes are stored provide a stabile temperature of 10 degrees Celsius and a constant humidity.


Côte de Sézanne
Côte de Sézanne
A beautiful part of the Champagne region, a continuation of the Côte des Blancs. Nice cellar tours and Champagne tastings.
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Côte des Bar
Côte des Bar
The vineyards in the Côte des Bar are planted almost exclusively with Pinot Noir grapes. Famous Champagne Houses like Drappier, Gremillet and Moutard are happy to welcome you
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Côte des Blancs & Epernay
Côte des Blancs & Epernay
On the Avenue de Champagne in Epernay you'll find the most prestigious Champagne Houses. Book the best Champagne tours and tastings in Epernay.
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Montagne de Reims
Montagne de Reims
Champagne Houses in Reims can be visited througout the whole year. Experience the best Reims has to offer: cellar visits and Champagne tastings.
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Vallée de la Marne
Vallée de la Marne
Don't miss this part of the Champagne region! Visit the small winegrowers where you can taste the Champagnes with a delightful fruity character. Great Champagne tours
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