Reims, Francia

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clock-o8 horas (aprox.)
ticket-oEntrada para dispositivos móviles
commentIdiomas disponibles: Español y 3 más

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Reims es la capital del Champagne en Francia y no hay mejor lugar para probar el mejor champán del mundo. Este recorrido de día completo incluye una excursión por Veuve Clicquot Champagne estate, una visita a la catedral de Reims, una copa de champán, almuerzo y cata de champán en los viñedos de Montagne de Reims.
Reúnase con el guía y un pequeño grupo de hasta 8 personas en la estación de tren central de Reims a tiempo para una salida a las 9.00 h. Viajando en un monovolumen con aire acondicionado, salga a explorar Reims, la capital del champán en Francia.

En el camino, escuche hablar de las famosas Grandes Maison de Champagne de la región, que incluyen marcas icónicas como Veuve Cliquot, Taittinger, Pommery, G.H. Mumm, Moët & Chandon y Dom Pérignon. A continuación, llegará a la primera parada del día, la Veuve Cliquot Champagne Estate (visita y cata de vinos incluidos). Disfrute de una visita guiada de la finca, terminando con una cata experta de Champagne Veuve Cliquot.

Continúe hacia el centro de Reims, Francia, para disfrutar de las vistas de la ciudad, comenzando con una visita a la magnífica catedral de Notre Dame de la catedral de Reims. Explore el interior de la maravilla declarada Patrimonio de la humanidad por la UNESCO en una visita guiada y admire la catedral del siglo XIII, con su impresionante arquitectura gótica y sus hermosos vitrales.

Descanso para el almuerzo en una bodega boutique o en un salón boutique de Champagne, donde disfrutará de un delicioso almuerzo de cocina regional, acompañado de una selección de champanes, incluyendo blanc de blancs, blancs de noir y rosado.

Después del almuerzo, tome un paseo panorámico a través de los viñedos de Montagne de Reims, pasando por los pueblos de Grand Cru de Verzy, Verzenay y Bouzy, mientras su guía explica el proceso de elaboración del champán y la importancia de "terroir" en el cultivo de las uvas. En el camino, haga una parada en una finca familiar de champán para realizar otra excrusión y cata (incluida) y descubra un lado diferente de la prestigiosa industria del champán.

Cuando regrese a Reims, Francia, la excursión finaliza en la estación de tren alrededor de las 17.00 h.

Nota importante: los lunes, la excursión de la Veuve Clicquot Maison de Champagne se sustituirá por la G.H Mumm Grandes Maison de Champagne.


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, jul 2018

I took my daughters for a mother daughter experence. It was one of the highlights of our vacation! Thank you so much!

, dic 2017

Excellent, highly recommend!

, nov 2017

This was a wonderful tour. Our guides provided background on the area, the cathedral and the 3 Champagne tastings. My only wish is that they would have paid better attention to getting us back to the train on time as requested. Even after several reminders they barely got us back with only minutes to spare.

, oct 2017

We book many tours via Viator. This is not one I would recommend. The trip to Veuve Cliquot was the best part of the trip. The tour was informative and it was interesting to learn the process of champagne production. The tasting was a nice ending if a bit underwhelming. The rest of the tour was a waste. Visiting the other two locations provided no new info and I dont feel a need to hear about the process of making champagne three timesliterally the same infospoiler alert: the grapes are pressed very gently. The lunch at the 2nd location was fine and the company of the other guests enjoyable. The 3rd location again was literally a walk into two room with equipment in them and a third explanation of the process of making champagne. The tastings in each were fine. It does feel a bit like being driven around to places to hopefully buy their product.

My biggest issue was that we chose an English speaking tour as we are from NYC the guide was great and informative but there was a couple in our group who did not speak English, so all the info that the Guide relayed to us was also delivered in French. The French guest also had long conversations with the guide in French so we were not able to gleen any info from those exchanges.

In hindsight, I would have just booked a trip directly to Veuve and then taken the rest of the time to explore the town of Riemes.

, sep 2017

An excellent tour. We managed to switch into Laura's group about two hours into the day- I highly recommend requesting her as your tour guide, if possible. She was knowledgeable, fun, friendly, and full of fascinating facts about both champagne-making and Reims itself.

No question that you get enough champagne on the tour and it's a great progression from the caves of Veuve, to a medium-sized champagne producer for a surprisingly superb lunch, to a small, family-owned champagne producer to wrap up the day. Strongly recommended!

, sep 2017

This was a very nice tour. The champagnes we tasted were excellent and the quantity was, frankly, more than we really needed even though we specifically booked the full day tour to make sure we got a full sampling. The lunch and the setting were great, but it was a bit of an over long trip to get there. The only other slight negative was that Veuve Cliquot tour guide spoke fairly heavily accented French. For me, with the echoing caves and somewhat diminished hearing acuity, most of it was lost. My wife said she got about 80 of it.

Both my wife and I felt a little sorry for the the small wine maker that we visited at the end of the tour. We and, it seemed, most of the people were pretty sleepy post lunch, with its 3 glasses of champagne. We and several others, had about exhausted their interest in tasting much more champagne. Can't fault the tour for this though. Just a case of one's reach exceeding one's grasp. It is worth mentioning though that we were still jet lagged and many on the tour had gotten up quite early to catch the train from Paris to Reims in order to get to the tour by 9 AM.

All in all it was a very good tour and even though expensive, represented a fair value.

, sep 2017

Excellent tour! So glad we did this. We took the early train from Paris to Reims not included in tour. The tour company picked us up at the station and the tour started right away. We drove around town while the driver provided commentary and a bit of history, which was so interesting. I really didn't know how Reims was affected during WWI. Before our visit to the Vueve Cliquot caves, we stopped at the the cathedral for a quick tour. The tour of the caves and the tasting afterward were amazing. We also visited two more wineries that were just as excellent. Lunch was great and well organized. Overall, I give this tour five stars. Highly recommended.

, sep 2017

On May 2, 2017, I booked a tour with Trip Advisor of Veuve Clicquot in Reims, France, for Monday, August 21, 2017, as a gift for my wife's birthday and we received a conformation and contact information for the local tour company. Our VISA card was charged in full 3 days later. When we arrived on Saturday afternoon, 8/19/2017, we were advised that there are no tours of Veuve Clicquot on Sunday or Monday as they are closed on those days and have been for years. This was our worst tour experience in 13 separate trips to France over the last 30 years.

, ago 2017

An enjoyable and informative tour. Our guide Laura was knowledgeable and friendly. All the wine makers were welcoming and interesting. The champagne was lovely and we tried many different types. Lunch was nice but could have been better, no vegetables with the main course. There was only 4 people on the tour.

, jul 2017

This was a great day. A little bit of everything. We went on a Friday so that we could visit Veuve Cliquot. Her story is very inspiring. Her 'house' did not disappoint. They have large plaques on the wall throughout the cellar to commemorate employees who have worked there for over 40 years. They are running out of space. That says a lot about a company. The cathedral tour was just what I wanted. So much history within that space. Then a short drive through the region to a co-op house. Brief tour and lunch with a flight. All bubbles! It was wonderful. The last stop was to a family that made their own champagne from their own grapes. We call them grower champagnes in the states. Everything she poured for us was great. I only wish we could have shipped home. Our guide Laura was fun, knowledgeable and kept us on track. I would recommend it to anyone! Because I love champagne a few more tastes would have been nice but It was a lovely day and I'd do it again!

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