Guided Tour of Moet & Chandon House and Reims Champagne Region from Paris in a Small Group, Lunch included

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Excursion available in a small group or on private basis

Leave on a journey of discovery of the Region of Reims and Champagne and its wine making secrets (Small group). You can make your tour private for more engagement.  Accompanied by an experienced chauffeur/guide, you will visit the Reims region and enjoy a traditional lunch in Epernay (included). You will learn everything you need to know about Champagne. You will have a guided tour of the wine cellars of the famous Moet & Chandon and also have a tour of a local producer. This day will be accompanied by delicious Champagne tastings. 

You will stop at Hautvillers to take pictures of the Champagne valley. Enjoy the breath-taking views from almost 790 feet up looking out over the vineyards (including some of the most prestigious vintages) and admire the bell towers of as many as 45 different villages !

Set off and on the way to Epernay, the driver-guide will guide you to your second visit of the day. Enjoy a guided visit of the Moet & Chandon house founded in 1743. Discover the Champagne history and experience a really nice tasting in an amazing setting.

Following this visit, appreciate a traditional lunch at Epernay restaurant “La Cave à Champagne” or “La Table des Terroirs” :


Fillet of salmon with champagne on pink lentils, chardonnay sauce
Coq au vin with fettucine and celery puree
Chocolate crunchy pastry with vanilla cream
2 glasses of wine (1 white + 1 red)
Mineral water and coffee / tea surcharge

* Example of menu, subject to modification
* Possibility children's menu and vegetarian menu on site

Visit a small wine-grower. Depending on the activity taking place during your visit, learn about one of the stages in the production of Champagne (pressing, fermentation, bottling, etc.) before the owner will offer you a sampling of its own Champagne. 

Depart from Epernay to arrive back at your Paris accommodation at around 5:30 pm.

Please note:

  • While the grape harvest season is taking place between mid-August and end of September, wine making is carried out from mid-September till end of October.
  • It is cool in the cellars, please bring warm clothing (50 degrees Fahrenheit all year long)
  • You will have the opportunity to purchase Champagne and other tasting accessories
  • On-site visit duration: 5h30

The price includes:

  • Minibus transfers to and from your Paris accommodation
  • Services of our driver-guide
  • Photostop at Hautvillers 
  • Visit the wine-making display and taste a glass of Champagne
  • Lunch in Epernay (drinks included)
  • Visit to the Moet & Chandon Champagne house followed by a tasting (or Cartier)
  • Visit to the cellard in english only 

Further information on your confirmation voucher:

You will receive your booking confirmation by email, as well as your voucher. Present it to the driver-guide who will pick you up at your accommodation within 30 minutes which follow the time indicated on the voucher. 

  • Duration 10:30 hour(s)
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  • Highlights
  • Guided tour in a minibus to discover the Champagne region
  • Includes pickup and drop off from and to your residence in Paris
  • You can have a private excursion for more interaction with our chauffeur/guide
  • Learn more about great champagnes with Moet & Chandon: visit a wine cellar and have a taste test
  • Visit a local producer and have a traditional lunch at Epernay

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Guided Tour of Moet & Chandon House and Reims Champagne Region from Paris in a Small Group, Lunch included – Small group tour

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  • Customer reviews
Number of reviews : 58
Average rating : 4.8 /5
It was amazing! It was a small group and the guide was very prepared and knew a lot of information! The food was delicious and the guide in the Houses were very good too. we got back on time to París so you have to do to more stuff! This one is a go!
This was a well organized, thoughtful and incredibly enjoyable excursion outside of the city of Paris. We had an amazing time seeing the sights and tasting the delicious champagne of Reims and Epernay. Highly recommend this tour for anyone interested in learning more about the history of champagne and how it's made!
Celine and Demitry made our day trip to Champagne absolute magnificent and joyous.
We thoroughly enjoyed this tour. Herbert was a great guide. Loved Loved Loved P.M. Roger and Fils!
Our tour out to Reims, Epernay and Champagne was awesome. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and very personable. We loved that we were with a small group the whole time. It was great to tour a large champagne house and then a small family champagne house all in one day. Lunch was excellent as well. I would definitely recommend this to anyone looks for a great day trip who loves champagne.
A great day in the champagne region. A little disappointing that you only try one type of champagne at Moët and Chandon... I was hoping to sample a few. Lunch was delicious and very filling! The second, smaller vineyard was great and a totally different feel than Moët. The vineyard owner at the second stop was very nice and knowledgable. Only downside was that a very similar/ repetitive explanation of the champagne making process was given at both vineyards.
We were very happy with the small group tour to the Champagne Region. The pick up at the hotel was important since it was an early start to this day long tour. The lunch was delicious - it was a typical french lunch - and the chef was able to accommodate my dietary restriction. We traveled to Reims and visited a beautiful church. We had time for coffee breaks etc.. Our guide was knowledgeable and she was able to translate to English when necessary. We were able to see the large champagne house verses the small grower and visited both cellars or caves for further explanations of the champagne making process. We also had an explanation of the vines- types , pruning and harvesting in the vineyards. I had studied wines but had many questions clarified. It was a great day