The Champagne Houses made the notoriety and the prestige of the Champagne wines around the world and invented the champagne myth. Discover the know-how of each house in places full of history and dazzling architecture.
A historical visit that will make you discover the remains of the Saint-Nicaise abbey dating from the 13th century, then 18 meters deep, in beautiful Gallo-Roman chalk cellars where the precious nectar is preserved for many years before being tasted by fans around the world.
Champagne Taittinger, 9 Place St Nicaise, 51100 Reims
During the visit, you will discover beautiful Gallo-Roman chalk pits and a modern art exhibition. The Elizabethan style buildings come straight from the imagination and will of Mrs. Pommery in the nineteenth century. Don't miss the Villa Demoiselle, just across the street - which belongs to the same group, it is an Art Deco / Art Nouveau jewel.
Domaine Pommery, 5 place Général Gouraud, 51100 Reims
It is the oldest of the Champagne Houses of Reims (1729) and its cellars have been classified historic site since 1931! They plunge up to 40m and like underground cathedrals, they will make you live a real moment of communion with the slow maturation of the champagne.
Champagne Ruinart, 4 rue des Crayères, 51100 Reims
House created in 1827, it invites you to immerse yourself in its history and manufacturing secrets, with a visit of the 25 kilometers of cellars manually carved in chalk and home to 25 million bottles.
Champagne Mumm, 34 rue du Champ de Mars, 51100 Reims