Moet and Taittinger in a Day

The exterior of the cathedral in Reims, France.

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A one day tour from Paris to Reims and Epernay to experience France’s Champagne region

Price: $255 per person ($355 with 2nd class rail; $435 with 1st class rail.  Note: Any tour can be made private. Contact us for pricing and details.

Visit both the historic Moet & Chandon and Taittinger champagne cellars, enjoy seeing local history and countryside, plus see the Reims Cathedral.

Tour is available Monday through Saturday, March through late December.  Private tours available on request.  Minimum 2 persons.

Visit Taittinger and Moet in one day
Visit Taittinger and Moet in one day

Taittinger and Moet Tour Highlights

Boarding your train at Gare d’Est in Paris, you’ll be bound for the Champagne region, where Dom Perignon, father of the house of Moet and Chandon, started it all.  Upon arrival in the city of Reims, you’ll start the day with a quick look at the Reims Cathedral, where all but two French kings were crowned.

Your next stop is at Taittinger for a tour and champagne tasting in their beautiful chalk stone cellars. Taittinger is one of the last remaining houses owned and run by the family. You’ll see part of their vineyards, historically protected, with both the remains of an abbey and a 4th century Roman ruin. Simply stunning.

Now, it is time for your lunch break. You can choose from a variety of spots (cost not included.) there is an option for a Dom Perignon tasting lunch. Ask us about that!

Next, you’ll travel to the historic Marne Valley and the former Benedictine Abbey of Hautvillers, where Dom Perignon is buried.  You will then finish with a tour and tasting at the Moet and Chandon cellars.

An open bottle of Moet & Chandon with a cork to the side.

After the last tasting you’ll take the train back to Paris in perfect time for dinner, or, dare we say, more champagne.

What’s Included in the Tour?

  • All entrance fees.
  • Champagne tastings at Moet & Chandon, and at Taittinger.
  • Transportation in Epernay and Reims.

Tours run rain or shine, please dress appropriately. 

Champagne Region Train Information

Your train leaves Paris at approximately 7:45 a.m. We will confirm exact rail times upon booking. The tour meets at 9:30 a.m. at the Tourist Office of Reims near the TGV train station. Your return to Paris departs around 5:30 p.m.

Occasionally, last minute or high season rail prices will be higher than the prices listed above. We will always contact you before confirming your booking if this is the case. If not booking rail through, please do not book your train until instructed by us. 

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