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Top 4 most beautiful cellars to visit | Reims

Pommery, Taittinger, Veuve Clicquot... Take advantage of your stay in Reims to visit the most beautiful cellars!


Reims is a land of soils where the cultivation and trade of Champagne wines has ensured the prosperity of great winegrowing families renowned throughout the world.


Come and discover the secret of the Champagne cellars


The visit of the cellars of the prestigious Champagne houses of world fame such as Pommery, Taittinger... is a magical and convivial moment.

The specialists will share with you their love of the sacred beverage. Visits to the cellars are a must during your stay in our hotel in Reims.


The Cellars of the House of Pommery


With its perfectly maintained Elizabethan architecture, the Maison Pommery was built in the 19th century.

During the visit, you will discover the science of Champagne and many works of art, such as contemporary plastic works and frescoes carved in the chalk of the 19th century sculptor Gustave Navlet.

The Pommery estate in a few figures:
  • 30 meters underground
  • A staircase with 116 steps
  • 18 kilometers of galleries
  • 20 million bottles stored


The Cellars of the House of Taittinger


Next, head to the Taittinger Estate, which has always made it a point of honor to perpetuate its unique know-how of the most soil-friendly techniques.

The visit of the cellar will allow you to learn about bottle aging as well as about the Gallo-Roman chalk pits of Saint-Nicaise.

Good to know: With its vineyard covering 288 hectares, it represents one of the largest in the Champagne region.
 


The cellars of the Maison Veuve Clicquot


With an impressive strength of character, and a great business sense, Barbe-Nicole Clicquot was the first woman to head a Champagne House. Indeed, it was in 1805 that she took the helm.

The visit of the cellar will make you discover the galleries, with their vertiginous aspects. The ventilation shafts that were dug into the chalk offer a view of the sky.

You will also discover the greatest mysteries of the making of Veuve Clicquot Champagne, and about the life of Madame Clicquot.

Good to know: It was Barbe-Nicole Clicquot who invented the first riddling table, having the purpose of gathering sediments (like yeast) in the neck of the bottle. This allows them to be eliminated during the disgorging process.

This invention was quickly adopted by the other Champagne Houses.
 


The cellars of the Ruinart House


Discover the oldest Champagne House, created in 1729!

By visiting the Ruinart House, you will discover the key stages of champagne production, vintages and its impressive walls filled with champagne bottles.

The cellars of the Ruinart House are the only ones to be classified as a historical site, and this since 1931. In addition, they are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, since 2015, of Pommery, Veuve Clicquot and Taittinger cellars.

Note that visits are conducted in groups of 10 people maximum for more privacy.

Good to know: The Ruinart House is also a great place of history, as it sheltered the people of Reims during the First World War.


 
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