Moët & Chandon
Everyone who visits Moët & Chandon invariably stops to strike a pose next to the statue of Dom Pérignon (c 1638–1715), after whom...
Avenue de Champagne
Épernay’s handsome avenue de Champagne fizzes with maisons de champagne (Champagne houses). The boulevard is lined with mansions and...
Hôtel de Ville
In the neoclassical Hôtel de Ville built in 1850 for the French architect Victor Lenoir. You can take a peek at the ornate, Louis...
The downstairs cellar has a stash of 300 different varieties of Champagne; sample them (from €6 a glass) in the softly lit bar-bistro...
Sidling up to Épernay’s theatre, Le Théâtre raises a curtain on a delightfully old-school brasserie with splashes of high-ceilinged art...
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Moët & Chandon information
Flying the Moët, French, European and Russian flags, this prestigious maison offers frequent one-hour tours that are among the region’s most impressive, offering a peek at part of its 28km labyrinth of caves (cellars). At the shop you can pick up a 15L bottle of Brut Impérial for just €1500; a standard bottle will set you back €31.