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  • 1 Champagne Cellars Recommended Recommended

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    F - 51200 Épernay

    The principal property of these cellars is their constant temperature (between 9° and 12°), ideal for ageing the wine: this is where the delicate «remuage» operation is carried out, with the bottles being turned by hand for special vintages. Visitors..

  • 2 Côte des Blancs Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - 51200 Épernay

    The Côte des Blancs stretches from Epernay to Vertus. It is named after its white-grape vineyards, consisting almost exclusively of Chardonnay vines, which produce elegant vintages and blanc de blancs Champagne. Villages with twisting lanes are dotte..

  • 4 Town Hall Gardens

    Nature and gardens

    av. de Champagne F - 51200 Épernay

    Designed in the 19C by the Bühler brothers who also designed the Tête d'Or park in Lyon.

  • 5 Moët et Chandon

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    20 av. de Champagne F - 51200 Épernay

    The cellars are 28km long and contain the equivalent of 90 million bottles. The tour follows the various stages in making champagne, including «remuage» (turning) and «dégorgement» (extraction of sediment).

  • 6 Castellane Tower and Museum

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    57 r. de Verdun F - 51200 Épernay

    The tower tells the story of the Castellane family, including the famous collector, Boni de Castellane. There are 237 steps to the top of the 60m tower offering a panoramic view over Epernay and the vineyards. The museum is mainly devoted to the evol..

  • 7 Mercier

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    68-70 av. de Champagne F - 51200 Épernay

    A giant, 34-tonnes tun, with a 215 000-bottle capacity is set in the centre of the reception area. A spectacular descent in a panoramic lift precedes the tour of the cellars (18km of galleries hollowed out in 1858) on board a small automatic train ru..

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