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Champagne Day Trip with Moet&Chandon, Reims Cathedral & Family Winery from Paris

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Champagne Day Trip with Moet&Chandon, Reims Cathedral & Family Winery from Paris
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icon11 hours  (approx.)
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iconOffered in: English
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Overview

Discover the pleasures and history of Champagne on this full-day winery tour from Paris. In the Champagne wine region, visit the house of Moët & Chandon or Nicolas Feuillatte, and meet a local producer. Learn about the growing, harvesting, and bottling process, and sample different types of Champagne. See the resting place of Dom Perignon, the monk who developed the French bubbly wine. Travel by comfortable van and come away knowing how to properly taste Champagne.
  • Visit Moët & Chandon or Nicolas Feuillatte, and a local wine producer
  • Taste several types of Champagne
  • Small-group tour limited to just eight people ensures a more memorable experience
  • Gain insight into the growing, harvesting, and the bottling process
  • Round-trip transport by air-conditioned minivan included
  • Stop by the chapel and gravestone of Dom Perignon
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4-5 Champagne tastings held at two different wineries.
Guided visit in the cellars of Moet and Chandon or Nicolas Feuillatte if Moet cancels on us.
Personal welcome and guided visit of family run winery
Visit to Reims Cathedral
Visit to Haut-Villiers Abbey and tomb of Dom Perignon
Expert local guide
Round trip transportation from Paris in an air-conditioned minivan
Tips aka "pour boire" in French. Our guides prefer cash tips but also accept bottles of good wine.
Your own lunch and whatever you choose to drink at lunch.
Le Départ Saint-Michel , 1 Pl. Saint-Michel, 75005 Paris, France

Meet with your driver-guide outside of 1 Place Saint-Michel, 15 minutes before your tour starts. A café called  Le Départ Saint-Michel is located at that address. The café is open 24/7 so if you come early you can have breakfast there, please make sure to come early as the tour will start on time.

7:30 AM
This activity will end right where it started.
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
  • Small group tour of 8 people maximum
  • Minimum age for all tour participants is 7 years
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • If Moet and Chandon cancel on us we will visit Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne instead.
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 8 travelers
  • OPERATED BY BLUE FOX TRAVEL
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.
  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
  • Any changes made less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time will not be accepted.
  • Cut-off times are based on the experience’s local time.

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The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What is the policy on face masks and attendee health during Champagne Day Trip with Moet&Chandon, Reims Cathedral & Family Winery from Paris?
A:The policies on face masks and attendee health are:

  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
See all safety measures taken by Champagne Day Trip with Moet&Chandon, Reims Cathedral & Family Winery from Paris.
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What is the policy on sanitization during Champagne Day Trip with Moet&Chandon, Reims Cathedral & Family Winery from Paris?
A:The policies on sanitization are:

  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
See all safety measures taken by Champagne Day Trip with Moet&Chandon, Reims Cathedral & Family Winery from Paris.
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What measures are being taken to ensure staff health & safety during Champagne Day Trip with Moet&Chandon, Reims Cathedral & Family Winery from Paris?
A:The policies on staff health & safety are:

  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
See all safety measures taken by Champagne Day Trip with Moet&Chandon, Reims Cathedral & Family Winery from Paris.

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  • "Definitely a must to do and you may get lucky and have Olivia as your guide." See review
  • "Highly recommend this tour to get into the French countryside and champagne area." See review
  • "The first stop was a small family-run vineyard operation where you get up close and personal access to the process." See review

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star-5
Great Tour
Lori_G
, May 2022
A wonderful day and the perfect tour. Victor was awesome, knowledgeable, dependable and professional. He was an excellent driver and we enjoyed both the Domi tasting and the Moët y Chandon tasting. The tour of the cathedral was inspiring as well. A great day for all!
star-5
Great Trip to the Champagne region!
Michele_R
, May 2022
We loved the opportunity to visit both a small and large house and we loved the drive there an back. Our tour guide was amazing! Would definitely recommend!
star-5
A beautiful day and great learning experience
BrianWright
, May 2022
The experience included a visit to Reims , a large and impressive house and a small but engaging house. Our guide was warm , personable and tried to engage everyone. The countryside was itself was fabulous. Only down side was there were not enough seats on the bus for all the couples to sit together.
star-5
The best champagne tour!
Samantha_B
, May 2022
Unforgettable tour! Meeting at the pickup point was super easy, and we got there early enough to snag a coffee and pain au chocolate before the long drive out to Reims. I highly recommend eating something before you leave, because there is not another opportunity for food until lunch. Exploring the beautiful Notre Dame de Reims was wonderful for me, since Notre Dame de Paris was still closed from the fire. Then we drove directly to the first family owned winery, Pierre Domi, which ended up being our favorite part of the day. Stefan and JB gave a wonderful tour and explanation of the complexity of making champagne before enjoying a tasting of some of Stefan’s bottles. There was 7 of us in our group and they opened 3 bottles, so we each got 4-5 glasses at Pierre Domi. We loved it so much our group shipped ourselves 12 bottles home. Then it was on to the Abbey to see Dom Perignons tomb with a quick stop to see beautiful views of the valley. Then we had some free time to snag lunch in Epernay before joining a larger group for our tour of Moët. We got a nice history of the family before exploring a fraction of the 26 km cellars which are FILLED with champagne bottles in the making. We did the superior tour, so we tasted two glasses of Moët in a fancy tasting room. It was far less intimate than Pierre Domi’s tour/tasting, but fun nonetheless.
star-5
Beautiful trip
Jose_M
, Apr 2022
Beautiful trip to Reims, but the highlight was the champagne houses and the gorgeous drive. Our tourguide Sarah was fantastic.
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star-5
DO THIS TOUR!
Diane_W
, Apr 2022
I absolutely recommend this tour to anyone who loves champagne. Nisa (Neesa?) was a fantastic tour guide, who even managed to solve a problem with my new cell phone! Her interaction and translation at our first, independent vineyard was invaluable. The best part of my trip so far, and likely hard to beat.
star-5
Superb tour fo the old and new way of making champagne
DianeJeannine_P
, Apr 2022
What a wonderful journey to see the champagn region of France and experience a vineyard with the traditional champagn making technique at Michel Fargo followed by a modern facility of NicolasFeuillate which is a wine coop. Our tour guide was amazing and very knowledgeable. This experience will be remembered for a lifetime by my family.
star-3
Too expensive for what the day entails.
MarlaJ_C
, Apr 2022
We attended two tours while in Paris. One was a walking food tour which included lots of wine and fun. The other was your Champagne tour. Although we liked our tour guide, Adrian we found the tour SO expensive for what it entailed. Two champagne stops, the first one at Fagot was good but the Moen was a huge marketing experience with 1 glass of champagne in an overly opulent “tasting room”. More small winery tours would be better and more fun. We have taken a number of wine tours in Europe and this one had you thinking that you did not get much for the expense. In Italy we did 3 stops including a lunch on top of a hill were the wine was flowing, the food delicious and this was included in the tour. On you tour we were expected to buy our own lunch which just added to the overall price. We can’t unfortunately recommend this tour. Adrian and his protégé, Victor were a good team but the logistics of this tour would be better if revamped.
icon Response from Host , Apr 2022
Bonjour Maria, In your review, you state that you liked our tour guide, Adrien, and even our guide in training, Victor, who accompanied you throughout the entire day trip to the Champagne region of France. You mention nothing negative about their driving skills, their knowledge of the Cathedral of Reims that they took you to, their knowledge of the vineyards that they walked you through, their knowledge of the Champagne making process, the history of Dom Perignon or the visit with them to his graveside. So, I can only assume that those parts of our day trip happened exactly as they were advertised to happen and were satisfactory to you. The tastings which were advertised: 3 different types of Champagne at a small Vineyard where you get to meet the winemaker himself and 1 Imperial Brut Champagne at the world-famous House of Moet and Chandon (not Moen as you wrote in your review) were also provided by our partners in Champagne, as promised on our website. So it appears that absolutely everything that we advertised on our website to give and do for you on the 12 hour day trip in the Champagne region was given to you and done with or for you that day. Yet you still think the tour should have been different or less expensive or more like a walking food tour that you did in Paris. Comparing a 2hour walking food tour to a 12-hour small-group day trip, by van, is like comparing apples to blue cheese. I also thought it was odd that you compared a wine tour that you did in Italy, in some unnamed wine region, to our tour in the Champagne region of France. Italy is Italy. France is France. Champagne is not made in Italy it is made in France. The economy and cost of living in Italy are not at all the same as the economy and the cost of living in France. As such the prices between the two countries for two completely different tours should not be compared. You are allowed to prefer the wine tour in Italy. That is totally fair. I prefer the pizza in Naples to the Zapiekanka in Warsaw. It is normal for people to have preferences and favourites. But what I think you ought not to do is to publically complain and say that the tour which you chose to book, knowing full well what it would entail, was expensive for what it entailed. I feel like your review is similar in nature to one that I once read about on a fancy hotel's review page. It said something like this: The 5-star hotel that I booked a room in and slept in was way too expensive for what I got out of it! Especially when I compare it to the comfy bed and great night that I had at the Motel 8 I stayed in last year in Wyoming. In the future, I encourage you to look at what the tour advertises as giving you and then look at its price. If you want to pay the price and do the advertised tour, that is your choice. If it is out of your budget, or the tour seems expensive for what it is offering you, then don't book it. I wish you many happy wine tours in many more countries in the future! Best regards, -Hava Cofounder Blue Fox Travel
star-5
Fabulous Trip of 6 people
Natalie_H
, Mar 2022
Rimes cathedral was utterly amazing, our guide was very happy and knowledgeable, the first stop had the best wine in my opinion as they take local quality care rather than mass produced. Very chilli mornings so rug up in layers
star-5
Highlight of our trip to Paris
Jill_G
, Mar 2022
Adrian was an outstanding host, guide and historian. We loved every minute of our day. We also really loved the family owned champagne house, Domi. Highly recommend this tour.

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