Champagne, fascinating wine steeped in history but still very modern | wine tour

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Champagne was born over 300 years ago. It has evolved over time, both how you make a champagne, and the taste. Still today, history imbues many of the aspects of champagne. This is what makes a visit here so fascinating.

We will visit big houses and smaller growers. They are both en important part of the champagne industry. You will get to know the different styles of champagne, brut, brut nature, blanc de blanc, blanc de noir etc. You will enjoy superb champagne lunches, either at Champagne-houses or at high quality local restaurants. Join us on our Champagne tour!

Wine tour to Champagne, September 23-27, 2021

We also offer a combined Champagne and Bordeaux wine tour. See more on this in a separate note.

Book your wine tour to with us now!

Bottles resting in a cellar in Champagne
Bottles resting in a cellar in Champagne, copyright BKWine Photography
Bottles in pupitres in an underground cellar in Champagne
Bottles in pupitres in an underground cellar in Champagne, copyright BKWine Photography
The magnificent cathedral in Reims in Champagne
The magnificent cathedral in Reims in Champagne, copyright BKWine Photography

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