Tailor-made champagne tours

Tailor-made Champagne Tours

Chose what you're going to experience!

How do we proceed?

You can tell me what your dream day in Champagne is like, and I will help you make it real! We can start with some simple questions:

  • What are your favorite Champagne Houses?
  • Do you want to know more about Grower Champagne?
  • Are you a History Buff?
  • What kind of food you like?
  • How much time do you have?

And we’ll go from there! To send me a message, go to the contact page, send an email to contact@uncorkchampagne.com, or whatsapp me at +33611122735.

Types of activities

Bollinger Tailor-Made Champagne Tours

Champagne Houses

Have you dreamed of visiting Ruinart, Bollinger, Veuve-Clicquot, Taittinger, Mümm, Lanson and Moët et Chandon?

What about Henri Giraud, Philipponnat, Deutz, Gosset, Alfred Gratien and Billecart-Salmon?

Many of them offer visits, and some of them only offer tastings.

Tell me what you want to see and taste!

Grower Champagne

Have you heard about Pierre Peters, Vilmart, Berêche et Fils, Marc Hebrart, Franck Bonville, Jérôme Prévost and Jacquinot?

Those are some among the heirs to a millenary tradition of turning grapes into dreams, and pushing the wines into new possibilities, like organic, Burgundy syle, dark rosés and more.

I can also recommend my personal favorite precious gems that aren’t well known.

Tailor-Made Champagne Tours - Jacquinot
Tailor-Made Champagne Tours - Assiette Champenoise
Assiette Champenoise © Matthieu Cellard – Gérard Malaisé

Delicious Restaurants

Dying to taste the best French cuisine can offer? There are stellar restaurants, bistrots and bars in Champagne.

From 3 Michelin stars  l’Assiette Champenoise, to local Petit Comptoir; from traditional family-run Cave à Champagne to the best Tartare you’ll ever have at Chez Max, you’ll never be out of options.

Some champagne houses also offer tables, like Pommery, Mümm, Perrier-Joët and the brunches at Ruinart. Or the unforgetable experience at Henri Giraud.

Let’s book what pleases you!

Historical Monuments

Champagne is a place full of History. It has been inhabited since the neolithic period, and boasts numerous Celtic-Roman ruins like the UNESCO listed Porte de Mars roman arch and the roman chalk pit mines under Veuve-Clicquot, Taittinger, Pommery and Ruinart.

Reims Cathedral, another UNESCO site, is one of the main Gothic buildings of Europe, with the largest collection of statues in a church in France. Besides that, it was the birth site of the French nation, where most capetian Kings were crowned.

Not too far, Troyes is considered the French capital of timber framing houses (colombage in French).

Basilique Saint-Remi © Carmen Moya - Office de Tourisme du Grand Reims
Basilique Saint-Remi © Carmen Moya - Office de Tourisme du Grand Reims
Tailor-Made Champagne Tours - Fort de la Pompelle
Fort de la Pompelle, Copyright Clement Richez - Office de Tourisme de Reims

WW1 and WW2 Sites

In Champagne and in neighbour area Chemin des Dames there are many cemeteries and monuments for the fallen of the Battles of the Marne (1st in 1914, and 2nd in 1918), Battles of Champagne and Nivelle Offensive. Many cemeteries can be visited, like Belleau Woods.

Fort de la Pompelle is one of the few original WW1 forts one can visit, holding the largest collection of german helmets of France.

In WW2, the Nazis signed in what now is the Museum of the Surrender, that you can visit to see the table and room where this Historic event happened. In front of Reims Cathedral there’s a sign to show where France and Germany reconciled in 1962.

Outdoor activities

There are many exciting outdoor activities in Champagne:

  • Picnic in the vineyards
  • Hot air balloon over the vineyards
  • Cruise in the Marne river with picnic
  • Flying and skydiving over Champagne
  • Tree climbing, hiking and biking in the forest

 

Tailor-Made Champagne Tours - © Cyrille Beudot
Picnic in Champagne - © Cyrille Beudot

Types of activities

Bollinger Tailor-Made Champagne Tours

Champagne Houses

Have you dreamed of visiting Ruinart, Bollinger, Veuve-Clicquot, Taittinger, Mümm, Lanson and Moët et Chandon?

What about Henri Giraud, Philipponnat, Deutz, Gosset, Alfred Gratien and Billecart-Salmon?

Many of them offer visits, and some of them only offer tastings.

Tell me what you want to see and taste!

Tailor-Made Champagne Tours - Jacquinot

Grower Champagne

Have you heard about Pierre Peters, Vilmart, Berêche et Fils, Marc Hebrart, Franck Bonville, Jérôme Prévost and Jacquinot?

Those are some among the heirs to a millenary tradition of turning grapes into dreams, and pushing the wines into new possibilities, like organic, Burgundy syle, dark rosés and more.

I can also recommend my personal favorite precious gems that aren’t well known.

Tailor-Made Champagne Tours - Assiette Champenoise
Assiette Champenoise © Matthieu Cellard – Gérard Malaisé

Delicious Restaurants

Dying to taste the best French cuisine can offer? There are stellar restaurants, bistrots and bars in Champagne.

From 3 Michelin stars  l’Assiette Champenoise, to local Petit Comptoir; from traditional family-run Cave à Champagne to the best Tartare you’ll ever have at Chez Max, you’ll never be out of options.

Some champagne houses also offer tables, like Pommery, Mümm, Perrier-Joët and the brunches at Ruinart. Or the unforgetable experience at Henri Giraud.

Let’s book what pleases you!

Basilique Saint-Remi © Carmen Moya - Office de Tourisme du Grand Reims
Basilique Saint-Remi © Carmen Moya - Office de Tourisme du Grand Reims

Historical Monuments

Champagne is a place full of History. It has been inhabited since the neolithic period, and boasts numerous Celtic-Roman ruins like the UNESCO listed Porte de Mars roman arch and the roman chalk pit mines under Veuve-Clicquot, Taittinger, Pommery and Ruinart.

Reims Cathedral, another UNESCO site, is one of the main Gothic buildings of Europe, with the largest collection of statues in a church in France. Besides that, it was the birth site of the French nation, where most capetian Kings were crowned.

Not too far, Troyes is considered the French capital of timber framing houses (colombage in French).

Tailor-Made Champagne Tours - Fort de la Pompelle
Fort de la Pompelle, Copyright Clement Richez - Office de Tourisme de Reims

WW1 and WW2 Sites

In Champagne and in neighbour area Chemin des Dames there are many cemeteries and monuments for the fallen of the Battles of the Marne (1st in 1914, and 2nd in 1918), Battles of Champagne and Nivelle Offensive. Many cemeteries can be visited, like Belleau Woods.

Fort de la Pompelle is one of the few original WW1 forts one can visit, holding the largest collection of german helmets of France.

In WW2, the Nazis signed in what now is the Museum of the Surrender, that you can visit to see the table and room where this Historic event happened. In front of Reims Cathedral there’s a sign to show where France and Germany reconciled in 1962.

Tailor-Made Champagne Tours - © Cyrille Beudot
Picnic in Champagne - © Cyrille Beudot

Outdoor activities

There are many exciting outdoor activities in Champagne:

  • Picnic in the vineyards
  • Hot air balloon over the vineyards
  • Cruise in the Marne river with picnic
  • Flying and skydiving over Champagne
  • Tree climbing, hiking and biking in the forest

 

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