If ever you’re yearning for a great bottle of champagne, nothing will ever be more authentic as the ones made in France. “Champagne” produced in other parts of the world are only considered by many as only sparkling wine. But with all the champagne regions, where can you start? Of course there are multiple tours available, but there are some that you should never forget to see.
Pré En Bulles in Trépail, owned by Sylvie Gerard-Maizieres, an admirable boutique museum entirely dedicated to champagne. Found there are 12 tableaux theatre composed of robot marionettes that explain everything in champagne’s history and production, of course in terms understood by almost anyone. After the grand introductions and amusement worth €7, everyone will head to the tasting room filled with her champagne.
Champagne Tribaut in Hautvillers owned by Ghislain and Marie-José Tribaut. Experts when champagne vineyards are involved, they have welcomed guests and visitors since 1975. They are known to cultivate and harvest their grapes, then sell a huge portion of it to grandes maisons de champagne. Though they do leave enough to produce champagne themselves, enough for 150,000 bottles. Tastings here are held in the comfortable salon and even outside, in order to experience the beautiful view of the vineyards and the gentle kisses of the sun. Be informed that the tasting are free but the hospitality priceless.
For those of you who have are willing to spend more on their wine adventure, we recommend G.H Mumm Champagne House. Located in northern France, considered as one of the largest champagne producers. Visitors will be toured in cellars containing some shocking 25 million bottles. They’ll show you how their famous champagnes are produced. At the end of the day, you’ll be able to take of sip of their famous G.H Mumm Cordon Rouge.