You’ll familiarize yourself with the celebrated names of Dom Pérignon, Cathédrale Notre-Dame, Blanc de Blanc, and Montagne of Reims – all part of the famous Champagne region in France.
Start from Reims, the great coronation city, with its incredible Notre Dame Cathedral, built in the Gothic style and one of Europe’s largest cathedrals.
Unveil the Massif de St Thierry, a fantastic combination of forests and vineyards surrounding 15 wine villages!
Follow the prestigious Champagne trail for this fun ride around the Montagne de Reims. You’ll see wine villages, like Reilly la Montagne, Verzenay, and Bouzy, before reaching Aÿ.
Learn about Dom Pérignon, a famous monk born in Hautvillers who helped revolutionize the way wine is made with his discovery of “Pétillant-naturel” and the use of a second fermentation. Explore this region by visiting Baulne-en-Brie, one of the oldest villages of Champagne.
Enjoy a feast for the senses and witness one of central France’s most harmonious and enjoyable regional landscapes. Take the chance to visit the gothic-style Abbey of Orbis, the renaissance castle of Montmort Lucy, and the charming town of Vertus with its old houses.
See typical villages between the vineyards and the forest: Avize, Cramant, Mesnil-sur-Oger. Stop in Chavot-Courcourt to explore the terrain.
Finally, reach Epernay, the Champagne capital with its phenomenal Avenue du Champagne, home to the most emblematic wine producers.