Champagne Region Small-Group Day Trip From Paris

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This tour will take you to the heart of the Champagne country to discover the history and secrets of "The King of Wines". You'll visit a world-renowned champagne house and tour the historic city of Reims, the capital of the Champagne region. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 8 people on this small group tour, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your guide.


  • Day trip (destination A to B)
  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • All entrance fees included

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Your tour begins at Reims Cathedral. A magnificent Gothic church acclaimed for its striking stained glass windows, you'll see where the kings of France were once crowned.

The rest of the morning is spent near Epernay where you will visit a traditional vine grower. Depending on the season, you will get the chance to see the grapes being pressed or the wine blended. Whatever the season you'll get to taste the finished product with a glass of the vineyard's own Champagne.

Stop for lunch at a traditional restaurant in the center of Reims, featuring the cuisine of the Champagne region. In the afternoon the tour continues to a guided visit at Moet and Chandon cellars. A wine maker will share insights into the production of Champagne while you tour the cellars and enjoy a tasting session.

Please note: The schedule and cellars visited are subject to change without notice, depending on the season. Please check itinerary.

Inclusions for Champagne Region Small-Group Day Trip From Paris

  • Entrance fees
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan (maximum 8 people)
  • Professional guide
  • Reims Cathedral guided visit
  • Lunch with one drink
  • Champagne house (please see itinerary to check the house visited depending on the date)

Exclusions for Champagne Region Small-Group Day Trip From Paris

  • Gratuities (optional)


Moet and Chandon may be visited in the morning and after lunch at Reims you can visit the cellars of the local vine grower.

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Moet & Chandon wine cellars will be closed in January and on Saturdays from November to March. Moet & Chandon occasionally close for private functions without notice. In this case, your tour guide will select an alternative cellar like George Cartier in Epernay.

Cancellation Policy
  • If you cancel within 3 calendar days (72 hours) of the scheduled departure time, the cancellation charge will be 100% of the undiscounted tour price.
  • If you cancel between 4 to 7 Calendar days before scheduled tour departure,the cancellation charge will be 50% of the undiscounted tour price.
  • If you cancel at least 8 calendar days in advance of the scheduled departure time, there is no cancellation fee. You will receive Full Refund for the paid amount.
  • Please note that in case of No show, the cancellation charge will be 100% of the listed tour fare.
  • Please note tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

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422 reviews by the users

  • Natasha, our tour guide for the day helped our group of Americans enjoy the Champagne region. We were four couples, strangers at the start, but with our visit to Reims, Moet and Chandon, shared lunch at Le Cave and visit with tasting at Laval Louis, we became world travelers with an enjoyable shared experience. The country is beautiful. I truly recommend venturing out, meeting new people and enjoy champagne.

  • Our guide, Herbert, picked us up at our hotel exactly on time. After one more pickup point, our tour began with a two hour drive to Reims, where we had a short breakfast stop at a wonderful pastry shop close to the cathedral. After a a quick run through the cathedral, we were off to Epernay to see the vineyards and the house of Moet and Chandon on Champagne Avenue, where we were given a tour of the cellar caves and a champagne tasting. Lastly, we stopped at a very small family operated winery for a tour of their production facility and caves, plus a tasting. On the drive back to Paris, Herbert gave us some historical background on the region, which was a major battleground during WWI. We past several military cemeteries from the war. For me, the most interesting part of the day's experience was learning about all the stringent controls and regulations involved in producing champagne.

  • Unfortunately it was raining, however we enjoyed the tour and visited many interesting sites

  • As a person traveling alone, I was looking for a tour where I could do this as a single. Not many tours offer this option. I was extremely thrilled at being in a smaller group. The booking went smoothly, and the tour office was easy to find.
    The drive out into the countryside was great, and a real opportunity to get out of the city. I do wish the driver had talked us about what we were seeing en route. We were tourists after all. He was pretty non-conversant, although not unfriendly. I think he has just done this so many times, he doesn't have a whole lot of passion for the job anymore. That's just my perception.
    The cathedral in Reims was a pleasant stop. I love art, so it was such a treat to see stained glass windows done by some very notable artists.
    Moet and Chandon was worth the visit. Truly it is the best champagne I have ever tasted! The tour was informative, and well run. I also loved the visit to the smaller champagne house, and the added explanation of the viticulture of the area. I give the champagne tasting and tour portion of this trip, a thumbs-up. Don't expect more than a glass at either Moet and Chandon, or the smaller Champagne farm. For me personally, this was fine.
    The lunch venue felt a little less of a quality stop. The food was average, but the wine flowed!
    All-in-all, it was a very pleasant day, and I would do it again.

  • While I enjoyed the tour of the actual wineries this was not a small group tour. There were three vans with 6-8 people each that went on the tours together and ate lunch together. Lunch was mediocre and at a restaurant that obviously serves large tour groups. Our tour guide did little talking and was over 30 minutes late to pick us up. There was no way to reach the guide and no one answered the phones at the office of the tour company. The Reims Cathedral was beautiful but you were just left to wander by yourself.

    The guides at the two wineries were very informative but were employees of the winery not the tour company. The tour of Moet and Chandon was worth the trip, as was the visit to the smaller house.

  • Great scenery, knowledgable guide, awesome wineries.

  • Had a great time. The guide and the other four people on the tour were great fun. Really enjoyed the tour of Moet Chandon and the Cathedral. High light though was the small champagne producers.

  • Enjoyed the tour with great wine tasting etc.

  • Absolutely outstanding experience. Hotel pick up and drop off was much appreciated. Visited large producers as well as a fantastic small grower. Great experience!

  • Vincent was the best driver ever! He had so much knowledge of France and everywhere we were driving to. The tour of the Reims cathedral was awe inspiring, and I thought that that cathedral was the most amazing I have seen, and was better the the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, and St Peters in Rome. The champagne tastings and lunch were very informative and even educational. Lunch was in a small cafe and was more than we could even get down, but was very good! This tour was well worth the cost and the experience, and I would highly recommend it!

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