A Day in Champagne having fun with the Veuve!

from 240€

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7~8 hours

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Private Tour

from 240€

Start from

7~8 hours

Max People

Tour Type
Private Tour

Veuve Clicquot Tasting and Fun Private Tour in Champagne


Perfect tour to experience a Veuve Clicquot tasting, a Boutique Winery and the city of Reims. If you are staying in Paris, take a quick train for a day trip, and meet me at Reims Centre train station (instructions below).

We start off from Reims with a visit at Veuve Clicquot where you hear the story of Madame Clicquot inside 2000 years old roman mines, after which you taste their champagne. Then off to visit the world-famous Cathedral of Reims Notre Dame, and a city tour of Reims, home of Mümm, Taittinger and more.

I’ll suggest good restaurants to have lunch around Reims, where you can pair Champagne and delicious food. After lunch we’ll go to the countryside to see the villages surrounded by vineyards, and visit a small champagne producer, where you’re going to learn how champagne is made and taste 3 glasses of champagne.

Certified Guide and Sommelier student with 7 years of experience as a guide in Champagne, I’ll share with you my passion for History, Culture and Wines. Guaranteed fun!

  • Visit Veuve Clicquot’s wonderful cellars and taste their Champagne
  • Be amazed by the 800 years old gothic Cathedral Notre-Dame of Reims
  • City-Tour of Reims and its Champagne Houses like Mumm, Krug and Taittinger
  • Free time for lunch in restaurants suggested by your guide
  • Visit and tasting in a Boutique Winery
  • Stop by the vineyards for explanations and pictures
  • Enjoyable ride through the Champagne route and the medieval villages-

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  •  Pick-up at your hotel around Reims and Epernay
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  •  Bottled water
  •  Private transportation
  •  Tickets to Veuve Clicquot visit and tasting.
  •  Visit and tasting to a Boutique Champagne Producer


 Train tickets from and to Paris
 Lunch (the guide will suggest restaurants)
  •  Gratuities

Tour Attractions

Veuve Clicquot Tasting

Cellar Tour and Tasting at Veuve-Clicquot or another famous Champagne House, based on your wishes and availability. The inhouse guide will take you through their historic cellars in the 2000 years old roman chalk pit mines, listed as a Unesco Heritage Site since 2015. At the end of the tour you will taste their Champagne wines, and visit their boutique.

Barbe-Nicole, the Widow Clicquot, became the first successful Businesswoman in the region, after a series of innovations and breakthroughs during the first half of the 1800s. Nowadays this prestigious house is part of LVMH, the largest luxury company in the world.

Tourist at a Veuve Clicquot Tasting.

Cathedral Notre Dame of Reims

Visit of Notre-Dame of Reims with a Certified French National Monument Guide.

This catholic church from the 13th Century is a masterpiece of the Gothic architecture, with thousands of intricate sculptures and marvelous stained-glass windows.

On this site in 496, Clovis the first king of France was baptised by Saint-Remi the bishop of Reims, which led more than 30 Kings of France to be crowned at the same place.

Reims Cathedral Notre Dame

City-Tour of Reims

Sightseeing drive-by of the city of Reims, the largest city in Champagne, with its main squares, Roman ruins, medieval monuments and Champagne Houses.

We’ll see the widest Roman arch in the world, the Louis XV square, the covered market, the Surrender Museum where the Nazis signed and many prestigious Champagne Houses: Roëderer, Krug, Mümm, Veuve-Clicquot, Taittinger, Pommery…

The city was heavily bombed during WW1, which forced the city to rebuild in the 1920s, turning Reims into the Art Déco capital of France.

Roman Arch of Reims called Porte de Mars.

Champagne Route

Visit of the vineyards around Reims, stopping for pictures and explanations. You will marvel at the beautiful sights of the Champagne countryside, where church bell towers in medieval villages contrast against a background of lush forests and vines.

Village in Champagne during the summer surrounded by vineyards.

Visit to a Small Producer of Champagne

Cellar Tour and Tasting of a small producer of Champagne wines. There are thousands of small champagne producers in the small villages, some of which produce high quality wines for a good quality/price ratio. You will visit a selected one, looking into their process, machines, cellar and tasting part of their range at the end.
Tourists visiting an underground Champagne wine chalk cellar.

Tour Details

Cancellation / Reimbursement Policy

Emails will be treated in Paris timezone. Reimbursement fees per booking:
Up to 7 days: 5% fee
Up to 72 hours: 5% + 200€ fee
Up to 24 hours: 5% + 200€ + 50€ / per person

*If you book the tour under 72 hours, these fees won't apply except the for the 5% card transaction fee

Trains from Paris are easy to catch (tickets not included)

Trains from Paris to Reims run daily. They can be as cheap as 40€ roundtrip. The optimal times are 8:28 AM from PARIS EST station to REIMS CENTRE (arriving at 9:14 AM), and 5:15 PM the way back from the same station (arriving at 6:00 PM in Paris). Use Trainline to book in advance. Be sure to leave your hotel in Paris early, with enough time to find your train platform at PARIS EST.

Pick-up and drop-off

Pick-up and drop-off included in a hotel/Airbnb 30 minutes from Reims. If your hotel is outside that range, up to 1 hour, a fee of 100€ will be added.


Lunch is not included. I'll suggest good restaurants that fit what you're looking for, and give you around 1 hour and a half for a lunch break.


The van is big and can fit a wheelchair in the back. Step stools are available to help boarding the van.

Children and Minors

Up to 4 minors (up to 17 yo) are welcomed per booking, but quantities of baby or children car seats are limited. Please advise on what you need by contacting us, and we can discuss options.

What to wear

Champagne is hot in the Summer and cold, rainy and windy in the Winter. Please look up the weather forecasts. Cellar cave temperatures are always 50F/10C, so bring a coat during the Summer. Umbrellas and blankets are available if needed.


I speak English, French, Spanish and Portuguese, so I can use any of these to give explanations. But the tours at the Champagne Houses are generally in English. If you really want a Champagne House tour in another language, please contact me in advance to check the availability.

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