Taittinger CellarsCurrently Closed
- Address: 9 pl. St-Nicaise, F-51100 Reims, France
- Timings: 09:30 am - 05:30 pm Details
- Phone: +333-26858433
- Ticket Price: 17 EUR
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Winery
Taittinger Cellars - Review
Taittinger Cellars tell a long history of wine. Established in 1734, this huge estate possesses 250 ha of vineyards. Millions of bottles lay here since ages in the pyramid shapes. As they say, wine tastes better as it ages. The tour is also available in English as it takes you inside the caves and to the tasting rooms. This tour will definitely gratify your senses. Taittinger, indeed, stands for the tradition of Reims. Wine has its own story to narrate and it does so in such historic cellars.
Taittinger Cellars Ticket Prices
- 8 € for below 18 years of age
How To reach Taittinger Cellars by Public Transport
- France 3 Champagne Ardenne, Station-service TOTAL Access
Restaurants Near Taittinger Cellars
- 11 gusto (Italian food)
- Le Jardin Les Crayeres
- Les Charmes
- Le Coq Rouge
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Things to Know Before Visiting Taittinger Cellars
88.72% of people who visit Reims include Taittinger Cellars in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
56.64% of people start their Taittinger Cellars visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Taittinger Cellars
65.93% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Taittinger Cellars
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Taittinger Cellars, Reims Reviews
Great tour in English. Fascinating process to learn about. My wife and I walked in here on our honeymoon and got a reasonably priced tour coupled with a glass of champagne. We did not have reservations for our tour but they were able to accommodate us either way. We went during the summer, so we were happy with how cool it was in the cellar. Overall a great tour that I would recommend to anyone, even people who don't like champagne.
The wifi didn't work for any of us on the tour. But the tour itself was interesting and professional. The network of tunnels is mind-boggling and the chalk quarries are impressive, and of course the thousands of bottles of champagne worth millions will send shivers down some guests' spines. The tasting at the end is guided, but beginner champagne drinkers might find they could use more direction in evaluating what they're drinking.
Glad I visited. Tour was in English and I learned a lot of interesting facts. Was lovely and cool in the chalk caves which are kept at a constant 12 degrees. While the temperature outside was 39c. This is a very slick and well polished operation and it was mind blowing to see the huge amounts of champagne stored in the 5 kilometer caves.
One of those really interesting places to visit in the city. An one hour tour of the caves where the champagne is aged. Slightly educational for those new to champagne culture as well. You get student discounts too for those concerned. No similar places in the city offers that.
One of the few things open on Sundays. Well worth the tour, cellars dug by Romans in 360AD!!! Tasty Champagne tasting afterwards