2. Moët et Chandon
Épernay’s champagne houses are world-renowned, but Moët et Chandon has achieved universal recognition going way beyond wine circles.
On Avenue de Champagne Moët et Chandon also has the longest maze of underground tunnels, extending to almost 30 kilometres.
You’ll learn why the steady temperatures and humidity down here, up to 30 metres underground, are so beneficial to storing champagne and the secondary fermentation process.
You’ll pass through the cellars and get the facts before the best bit: A chance to taste the prestigious champagne.
You can do all this with a group or book in advance for custom one-to-one experiences.