Moet & Chandon Champagne Tour
A half-day tour from Paris to visit the Moet & Chandon wine cellars
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Moet Champagne Tours from Paris
Price: Standard Tour $30, Visite Imperiale $40, or Grand Vintage $58. Vine to Glass Vineyard tour $145.
Departure Time: Moet tours run twice daily, at 9:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., and in high season, even more often.
Duration: 2 Hours.
Group Size: 8 person maximum
Availability: Tours run 7 days a week year round except Christmas, New Year’s day and select national holidays.
Any tour can be made private. Contact us for pricing and details.
About This Tour
Enjoy a Moet & Chandon champagne tour, exploring just a bit of the incredible network of over 28 kilometers of champagne cellars and tunnels. At the end of your tour, enjoy a champagne taste (or two*) with one of Moet’s master sommeliers.
On select dates from March to November, enjoy a 2.5 hour Vine to Glass tour, experiencing three key spots in the Moet Champagne process. Learn the philosophy of Moet, and finish with a full glass of Moet 2013 Vintage Blanc.
Tour and rail times confirmed upon booking. High speed rail from Paris Gare d’Est to Epernay not included ($92.00 per person 2nd class, $122.00 per person 1st class roundtrip).
Number of tastes depends on the tour you choose.
Choose Your Moet & Chandon Champagne Tour
The standard tour, called “Visite Traditionnelle“, includes cellar admission and one champagne tasting. “Visite Imperiale” includes two different tastings. The exclusive “Grand Vintage” tour includes two vintage champagne tastes.
When you are done at Moet, you can travel back to Paris or enjoy lunch or dinner in the charming town of Epernay, and, dare we say, more champagne!
From Vine to Glass
On select days from March to November, this very special 6 person tour is not to be missed. You will meet at the Moet Cellars at 10 a.m. after arriving via direct rail to Epernay, then journey to Fort Chabrol, a private 2 hectare experimental growing plot focusing on three key Champagne grapes and sustainable viticulture. Next stop is Loge d’Ay, a terroir where three regions meet: Vallée de la Marne, Côte des Blancs, Montagne de Reims. Finally, your visit is complete with a visit of the Lodge of Montaigu. This luxurious “cabin” was built by Victor Aban Moet overlooking the vineyards of the Côte des Blancs. A full glass of Grand Vintage 2013 Moet completes the 2.5 hour tour.
More Moet & Chandon Tour Information
If not booking rail through LinkParis.com, please do not book your train to Epernay until instructed to by us.
Tours run daily from March 24th through November 11th. Tours run weekdays from January 30th to March 23rd and from November 12th to December 28th. Moet & Chandon is closed annually during the month of January.
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