Come and meet the independent winemakers! Managers of small family farms, they will be delighted to share their passion and make you taste their products … In order to reserve you the best welcome, we advise you to contact them before to make an appointment. It would be impossible for us to quote them all, so do not hesitate to stroll along the tourist route of Champagne and stop here and there …
It is in the heart of the prestigious terroir of the Marne Valley that the Champagne Sourdet-Diot was born, more precisely in La Chapelle-Monthodon, a neighboring village of Saint-Agnan. Situated on the touristic road of Champagne is part of the family of the independent winegrowers, proof of a traditional know-how. Furthermore, this house offers a splendid panorama on the valley.
Champagne Alain Navarre
Champagne Méteyer Père & Fils
For several generations, the Champagne Météyer develops, in the respect of the tradition, a champagne of terroir and quality. Their vineyards extend on the southern slope of the Marne Valley, along the touritic road of Champagne, about 15 km from Saint-Agnan. During your visit, they will offer you a tasting, a visit of the museum, the cellar and the exploitation.
Les Confidences de Dom Caudron
In the heart of the Marne Valley, the cooperative of Passy Grigny invites you to discover its eco-museum on the profession of the vine and the elaboration of Champagne. A wide range of wines and high-end cuvées are also available and leave an indelible trace of regional know-how …
Take also advantage of your stay to visit the largest cellars of Champagne. Again this list is not exhaustive!
Pannier welcomes you for an initiatory journey to the discovery of the most prestigious effeverscent wines … Individual guided visit by appointment in French, English, Dutch and German for individuals and groups up to 200 people. Audiovisual illustrations presenting the history of the vine and the elaboration of the wine. Guided tasting offered after the visit of the cellars. On request: comparative tasting of 2 or 3 cuvées and discovering the harmony of food and wine.
Situated in the heart of the Champagne vineyards, Epernay is internationally known as the “Capital of Champagne”. More than 100 km of galleries dug in the basement of the chalk … it leaves dreamy!
Champagne de Castellane
House of champagne famous for its high tower of 66 m offering a panoramic view on Epernay and its vineyard.
The fabulous history of the house Eugène Mercier is told to you during an audiovisual show preceding the visit of the cellars. Panoramic elevators, small train guided by laser beam … just magic!
Champagne Moët & Chandon
Founded in 1743, Moët & Chandon has the largest cellar in Champagne, spread out over 28 km.
250 kilometers of cellars of Champagne and galleries called “crayères” for the most Gallo-Roman, open to you. The visit of the cellars of the prestigious Champagne houses to world renown is a magical and convivial moment.
Vranken Pommery Monopole
Built in 1868 by Madame Pommeryh to reflect the modernity and extravagance of Maison Pommery, this Elizabethan-style castle in the heart of the city of Reims attracts more than 90,000 visitors from all over the world, every year. Guided visit of the cellars, vats and vineyards on a small train (from April to October).
Champagne G.H. Mumm Cie
G.H. Mumm ranks 3rd among the Champagne Houses in the world. In the depths of the cellars, the visit takes you through an exceptional site and retraces the main stages of the development of champagne.
But also : Taittinger, Ruinart, Veuve Cliquot, Krug, …