Chateau de l'Herissaudiere

D48, 37230 Epernay, France
Chateau de l'Herissaudiere
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Weather

by garridogal

I'll be in Epernay in 3 weeks (between Nov 23 - 30). What kind of weather should I expect?

Thanks

Re: Weather

by mariev

Hi,
For Epernay, end November, you can expect :
-temperatures between 0C (in the early morning it could even go under frost point) and 5-10C by day.
-It may or may not rain
To summarize : sweaters, layers, umbrella (even a pair of gloves and a scarf may be useful)
For instance, forecast for today Nov. 6 is 3C to 8C, cloudy.

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Useful phone numbers

by ealgisi

The most common European emergency number 112 (following Directive 2002/22/EC: Universal Service Directive) and also standard on GSM mobile phones. 112 is used in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Republic of Macedonia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine and the United Kingdom in addition to their other emergency numbers.

Here are some useful phone numbers that you might need while in France:

Police: 17
Hospital-based Ambulance (SAMU): 15
Fire Service-based Ambulance: 18
Fire: 18, 112 calls are answered by 15 or 18 dispatchers, depending on the caller's location. 115 for homeless.

Epernay, FR

by dromosapien

"dromosapien"

Orangeraie du Champagne Moët et Chandon

- park building

constructed: 1807
architect: Jean Baptiste Isabey (1767-1855)

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* Epernay, population: 25,000, wine making center

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"Theatre Gabrielle Dorziat"

- municipal theater renamed in 1987 for actress Gabrielle Dorziat (1880-1979)

constructed: 1902
architect: Stanislas Loison (1849-)
capacity: 600
location: Place Mendes France

"Eglise Notre Dame"

- Church of Our Lady

constructed: (1897-1917)
reconstructed: 1922-1925 after damage during WWI
height: 80 meters / 262 feet
location: Place Mendes France

Avenue de Champagne

by scanos

"Avenue de Champagne"

Its worthwhile visiting the town just to see this avenue. Most of the 4 main producers are situated close to the avenue.

"Visit to the Cellars"

I selected to go to Castellanes to take a guided tour. At 8 euros, includinga glass of champage, it was great value. The guide was excellent and I was amazed to be brought so close to the production process, to see modern and ancient working in harmony.The cellars, even in this smaller producer, are huge - up to 1 km and apparently underpin the whole town. Castellanes produces circa 2,000,000 bottles of champagne per year, small compared to the 20,000,000 of nearby Moet and Chandon, but it is exclusive to the French market. I learnt a lot about Champage on the tour - for example, during the first bottling, a secondary fermentation causes the gas to form and the resultant yeast sediment must be decanted by manual and automated rotatation of the inverted bottles. After this the top part of the contents are frozen, decanted , toppoed up with clear champagne and corked before storage in the cellars.

"Hotel De Ville"

The walk along the Avenue de Champagne is extraordinary and exemplifies the grandeur , past adn present, of the champagne industry. The Hotel De Ville stands out as a proud symbol in this enchating thoroughfare.

Champagne!

by garridogal

"Travel in style or pretend to"

Epernay was the first travel stop of the "Fog and Food" tour where, of course, the fog followed us! After arriving from Leiden the first stop was Moet & Chandon. Because when in Champagne...

Normally, I'm not crazy about Champagne. But I must say that the Moet is a VERY tasty treat! And also, the one item I retained from my tour is that for export to America, a considerable amount of sugar is added. So that must be it. It's much better without all the extra sugar!

Epernay is a sweet little city and a nice place to stay for a couple of days. We stayed at La Briqueterie where I learned to play Canasta, ate some great food and of course, washed it down with wine and Champagne!

While in Epernay we took a day trip to Reims

"Got Dom?"

As we toured the seemingly endless cellar, I wondered if anyone has ever tried to just swipe one as he went along....

Just a thought.

"And be sure to sample!"

Tour choices include: The tour alone. (Boring!). One Sample. (Tightwad!). Two Samples. (Scared?). Three Samples. (Now, we're talking!)

We went for the 3 Sample Tour.

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by dromosapien

"dromosapien"

Hotel de Ville

- city hall

constructed: 1858, built as the residence of Victor Auban Moet that became the city hall in 1919
architect: Victor Lenoir

"Dom Perignon Statue"

- the Maison de Moët & Chandon statue of wine-maker monk Dom Pierre Pérignon (1639-1715) who is so famous that even beer drinker dromosapien has heard of him.

"Avenue de Champagne"

- the street of the Epernay’s wine houses

"Portail Saint Martin"

- last remnant of the Eglise Notre Dame that was razed in 1909

constructed: 1504
architect: Pierre Jacques
location: Place Hugues Plomb

"Monument Aux Morts"

- memorial to the victims of World War I

constructed: 1924
architect: Henri Giraud (1880-1942)
artist: Jules Dechin (1869-1947)

"Chateau Perrier"

- house of Charles Perrier, later occupied by the British Army (1940), German Army (1942-44), American Army (1945) followed by a library and museum until 1995.

constructed: 1854
architect: Pierre Eugene Cordier
statue: Le Veneur / The Huntsman (1890-1900)
location: 13 Avenue de Champagne
current use: vacant

"Gare"

- train station

constructed: 1924, replaced a building from 1848

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