The Vallée de la Marne and the Côte des Blancs
By Tom Stevenson and Michael Edwards
This Guide was last updated on 14 August 2014
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The world’s largest Champagne producer, Moët & Chandon is a must visit. While you wait for the next tour (on foot), take a look at some of the displays, which contain a wealth of historical documentation and items, including some of the oldest Champagne bottles ever found. On the way in, stop to have a look at the statue of Dom Pérignon. Look at the eyes, then ask the guide at a suitable opportunity why the statue of Dom Pérignon has slanted eyes.
Useful information: Appointments not required but are advisable especially for a tour in English or other languages. Open every day from end March to mid-November 09.30-11.30 and 14.00-16.30. Same hours at other times of the year, but closed weekends and public holidays. Closed in January Tours from €14.50 depending on which Champagnes you want to taste. Reductions for children.
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