Champagne, an authentic and sparkling aera and heritage listed as a Unesco World Heritage site !
This ranking makes the Champagne identity international by enhancing the oldest of its hillsides in the Marne valley, from Cumières to Hautvillers and up to Mareuil-sur-Aÿ, the Champagne Avenue in Epernay and its buildings raised by Champagne houses and its 370 crayères and 25 km of cellars carved in chalk, located under the hill of Saint-Nicaise in Reims and hiding a so precious nectar…
Unesco emphasizes “the symbolic and unique image to the world of the Champagne as a symbol of the art de vivre à la française”.‹ See the exceptional stays
Reims, city of the sacred kings, is a city linked to the history of France. Its monuments are the perfect example and are, for some, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site, such as the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Palais du Tau and the Saint Remi Basilica and its Abbey Museum.
Epernay, its Avenue de Champagne and its 35 Maisons de Champagne, under which there are 110 kilometers of cellars and 200 million bottles of champagne, testifies to the development of the production and export of this wonderful wine.
A few kilometers from Epernay, Dom Perignon lived at the abbey of Hautvillers. It was in this place that he mastered the technique of taking champagne mousse. In the church’s nave, there is the tomb of Dom Perignon.‹ See the exceptional stays
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