Discover the Angelique’s half-day tour
A half-day ride on an electric bike in the middle of the vines of Champagne Grands Crus and Premier Crus.
Angelique, your local guide, will welcome you at the departure of Épernay, for a half-day ride on an electric bike among the vines of Champagne.
Following the road of the “grands crus” and “premiers crus” at the crossroads of the Reims mountain and the Marne valley is an elegant invitation to a wine tourism trip.
All along the tour, Angélique invite you to discover an incredible heritage where an exceptional human adventure and an ancestral know-how are mixed.
Departure address: Épernay at the Tourist Office
Everyday, by reservation.
Departure: 9:00 a.m.
Return: 12:30 p.m.
Departure: 2:00 p.m.
Return: 5:30 p.m.
Distance: 25 km
Equipment: you will be equipped with an electric bike (rental cost included), but you can also use your own bike if you wish.
- Comfortable shoes,
- Adapted clothing (rain),
- Solar cream,
- Bottle of water,
- Camera .
- Electric bike rental
- A professional wine and vine guide,
- Tasting of three flutes of Champagne
- Visit of a wine press
Please note: electric bike rental is not included in the tour (see “conditions and price” below).
Departure in groups of 2 people minimum and 8 people maximum!
Price: 95€ per adult / 75€ per child (under 16), including 25€ included for electric bike rental.
(your bike will be automatically reserved, but you can also use your own bike if you wish)
Champagne only comes from Champagne !
It is there and nowhere else in the world that the most famous wine was born. For all that, the northern situation combined with the destructive frosts of winter and may did not predict this miracle!
But the particularity of the soil and the subsoil composed of limestone as well as the constant rains and the hot summer days became the real assets of the Champagne vineyard.
Here, the black pinots noirs, meunier and the white chardonnay take the time to reach an optimal maturity by keeping the essential acidity for the elaboration of Champagne.
Located 150 km east of Paris, the production area covers 34,000 hectares (84 000 acres) in 5 departments and includes 320 “crus” or villages.
It is a real mosaic with its 276,000 plots of land where the winegrower works the land and the vines with care day after day to extract its typicality, its taste of the “terroir”.
Champagne is unique but Champagne is multiple!
To join me it’s simple, head east! Direction Épernay, historical heart of the divine wine and its famous “avenue de Champagne” where the great houses were born.
Domains such as Moët et Chandon, Perrier-Jouët, Pol Roger have competed in architectural audacity and magnificence to give champagne its letters of nobility. They are in tune with the reputation of the wine that ages in their cellars.
History, landscapes, skies, meetings and good wines are on the program!