Uncorking a bottle of Champagne has long marked the pinnacle of celebration, but the eponymous province of northeast France is itself worth celebrating. The birthplace of sparkling white wine isn’t the only identity of the Champagne region—among its vineyards, cellars, and Champagne maisons are historic WWI sites, the lush forests of the Montagne de Reims, and striking Gothic churches. Because Champagne really does pair well with everything, the cuisine is as delicious and diverse as the gorgeous riding.
The world’s most coveted sparkling wine at esteemed Champagne producers, made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier grapes
Wild game (boar, venison, rabbit, and pheasant), waffles, pâté, pork terrine, and boeuf carbonnade
Taste the Stars at Essential Domaines: Épernay to Reims2018
- May 20 – 25
- Jun 10 – 15
- Sep 16 – 21
- Oct 14 – 19
- May 19 – 24
- Jun 9 – 14
- Jul 28 – Aug 2
- Aug 11 – 16
- Sep 15 – 20
- Oct 13 – 18
Any scheduled tour can be made private. Your group, your dates.