Pampered red pinot noir, black pinot meunier, and white chardonnay grapevines grace the hillsides. This is the source of the liquid gold and pink bubbles that tickle the tongue and delight millions worldwide.
One of France’s several designated Unesco World Heritage sites, the Champagne region is where local vignerons lovingly cultivate the finest of grapes to produce bubbly Blanc de Blancs, Blanc de Noirs, and Rosé champagnes according to traditional and highly regulated methods. Explore the Valley of the Marne to historic Reims with its Michelin-starred restaurants and imposing Gothic cathedral. Follow the Champagne Route to Bouzy and Epernay, enjoying the warm welcome of hospitable vine-growers in this most famous of wine regions.