Full-Day Tour
Availability : From September 2021

VIP Tour:   The Champagne region and its Wine Tasting

With Your Private Licensed Guide   

Departure from Paris



Price Per Vehicle

Group Size: 2 to 8 passengers aboard a Luxury Minivan


A Full-day in the Champagne Region to visit the most prestigious Champagne Houses 

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  • Enjoy a full-day tour in the Champagne region;  discover the most prestigious Champagne houses, learn about the sparkling wine making, and sample some of the finest champagnes in a private salon. 
  • Start your tour with a visit of the magnificent Gothic cathedral of Reims, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The cathedral is famous for the coronation of the kings of France and is the very site where Clovis was baptized.
  • Drive by the iconic buildings of Reims and its Art-Deco architecture.
  • Stop at Epernay and walk on the famous Avenue de Champagne, considered the « Champs-Elysées » of Champagne. Visit the prestigious Moët & Chandon house, the world’s largest Champagne house, and enjoy a « Grand Vintage » cellar tour with fine Champagne samples.
  • Drive through the scenic Champagne region and its prestigious vineyards. Have a local experience at a selective local-owned producer. Sample fine sparkling wines and learn about the production and winemaking process of champagne wines.
  • Visit the charming village of Hautvilliers (a UNESCO must-see landmark) and its medieval abbey, considered as the birthplace of Champagne-making. Learn about the very first wine blending process invented by Dom Perignon and see where the famous monk is buried.


√  Private Certified Tour Guide & Driver

√  Entrance of 2 Champagne Houses with fine champagne tastings

√  Private transportation from & to your Hotel in a Deluxe air-conditioning minivan


Not included:

×  A champagne Lunch available at a local gourmet restaurant

×  Optional visit at one of the majestic medieval crayères with chalky cellars (listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site)