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We went to Nicolas Feuillatte at Chouilly nearby to Epernay.
The "factory" is much more modern than the traditional houses in the centre of Epernay and Reims.
The tour was led by a member of staff aided by an audio visual show at the various points around the public access areas. Amazing to see the ages old traditions turne don their heads.
For non-champagne experts, like us, the difference in taste and the wine was unoticable.
Written Sep 20, 2006
Address: CENTRE VINICOLE - CHAMPAGNE NICOLAS FEUILLATTE, CH
Phone: +33 (0)3 26 59 55 50
It is a must to visit one of the Champagne-houses and take a tour through 28 kms of tunnels that are cut out the chalk-rock-underground of Epernay. Here the Champagne waits until it is 'ready'. In the winehouses they also explain about how Champagne is made (three grapes stand at the bases of this sparkling drink). Oldest of the houses is Moët & Chandon (first block on the right side of the Av. des Champagnes). We visited them and I can recommend their tour as - I think - it is very informative. Of course, at the end of the tour, there is some tasting!
There is only one Champagne-region in the world and only here you find the true Champagne-wine. Unique enough, I think.
Written Feb 25, 2003
Worth the stop, but don't plan on getting any deals in the gift shop...the tour guide was very good.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
I'm not a big champagne drinker but almost everyone knows of Moet-Chandon. The tour cost €8 or about $10, and last about 45-minutes.
Updated Nov 6, 2005
All Champagne comes the Champagne-Ardenne region of France. So if you go, you've got to see at least one of the Cellars. We picked Moet & Chandon and took the 3 sample tour.
Updated Mar 10, 2005
1 Review and 59 Opinions Spent two nights here and it was a lovely experience. The hotel is very pretty in a comfortable...