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31 Rue De Thillois, Reims, 51100, France
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Belle Epoque architectureBelle Epoque architecture

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Magnificent western façadeMagnificent western façade

The magnificent N.D. de Reims, Nov 2010The magnificent N.D. de Reims, Nov 2010

Travel Tips for Reims

Level of DrynessAmount of...

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Level of DrynessAmount of residual sugar/liter

Extra Brut, Brut Sauvage,
Ultra Brut, Brut Integral,
Brut Zero


Extra Dry, Extra Sec
1.2 to 2.0%

1.7 to 3.5%

3.3 to 5.0%

Doux (Sweetest)
5% and up

Epernay - the champagne area

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Epernay is the center of champagne cultivation !
On the left bank of the Marne, Epernay rivals Reims as a center for champagne. Although it only has one-sixth of Reims's population, Epernay produces nearly as much champagne as its larger sibling. It boasts an estimated 322km (200 miles) or more of cellars and tunnels. These caves are vast vaults cut into the chalk rock on which the town is built. Represented in Epernay are such champagne companies as Moët et Chandon (the largest), Pol Roger, Mercier, and de Castellane.
If you can't get enough - follow the guide :
Maison de Pommery The cellars are underneath the Gothic style house and gardens of 'House of Pommery'. Tours are available, but reservations are recommended. Open daily from 10-6. Closed Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday in winter months.

Mumm-Mumm has been making champagne since 1827. The cellars offer a video about the manufacturing process and tours of the miles of cellars housing more the 25 million bottles of champagne. Open daily from 9-11 and 2-5, except winter months when it is closed on weekend mornings.

Piper-Heidsieck This is one of the oldest champagne houses in the world, dating to 1785. Tours of the cellars are available via electric powered cars with prerecorded audio commentary available in 7 languages. Open from 9-12 and 2-5, closed Tuesday and Wednesday in the winter.

Taittinger - This is considered one of the best French champagnes, and one of the few cellars that is still family owned. There are one hour long tours through the ancient Roman cellars which date to the 4th Century. The tours not only provide information about the champagne making process, but also about Reims' history and the Taittinger family. Open daily from 9:30-12 and 2-4:30. Closed weekends in the winter.

Veuve Cliquot-Ponsardin - Tours last an hour and a half taking you through some of the 16 miles of cellars at this champagne house dating to the mid 19th century. Visits by reservation only.

WW2 Eisenhower HQ - Musee de la Reddition

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Musee de la Reddition (Museum of Surrender)
An old school house served as Eisenhower's HQ from February 1945. That schoolhouse is now the small but fascinating Musée de la Reddition.
A short film and several galleries of photos lead to the glassed-off room with 13 chairs in which the British, French, American, Soviet and German heads of state sat as Germany signed its surrender to the Allies on May 7th 1945.
Open daily (except Tuesdays and public holidays) 10am–noon & 2–6pm. Entrance around €1.50.

Great New and Old Examples of Stained Glass

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All of the fine 13C stained glass windows were either completely destroyed or had to be much repaired over the centuries, much of it in the first Great War. Many of the windows were replaced by plain glass but a few reconstructed stained ones can be seen. In the absidial chapel they installed in 1974 a set of windows produced by the Atelier Simon, modern experts, to designs by Chagall that are primarily in blues and reds. There are five windows in the set with the center one containing a Crucifixion of Jesus and the one to its left, the Sacrifice of Abraham. Besides the few rebuilt 13C windows, the surrounds of the altar contain a long row of relief saintly sculptures.

Opéra de Reims (Grand Théâtre)

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Inaugurated in 1873, the opera house of Reims was originally known as le Grand Théâtre. Its name, however, was officially changed to l'Opéra de Reims only very recently. The beautiful edifice was designed by the architect, Alphonse Gosset, who followed the eclectic style in fashion at the time (similar to Opéra Garnier in Paris). In WWI, the theatre suffered severe damage, but it was subsequently restored with an Art Déco interior, though the façade remained faithful to the original design. The theatre continues to be the city's largest and most important theatre and opera venue.


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