How did the big champagne producers, such as Moët & Chandon, start? Once in the region of Champagne, you cannot afford to miss seeing the various small and local producers. They will tell you the secrets that the famous châteaus don’t.
WHAT TO SEE?
The most common local producers are family-rent houses. You will usually have guided tours, but in this case perhaps it is better to arrange a private, exclusive tour.
It is interesting to see how this small families and local producers can compete in the champagne market, taking into account that their big competitors are based in the same region.
While visiting the local producers, you will be able access to the chain of manufacturing. Discover how they make and elaborate each bottle of champagne, consumed all over the world.
HOW TO EXPERIENCE?
A private driver will allow you to visit several places without losing time. He or she will drive you to the most interesting local producers, where they know the visit is worth following.