went on a tour of caves and finished up with 3 tastings each. their 'intro video' may be a bit confusing and tour not the best, but the tasting is one of the best we did in champagne.
I don't drink alcohol at all, and I had this opportunity to go there for an already paid visit, so I just went there to satisfy my curiosity, and I wasn't really disappointed, our guide told us many stories about the family and how the business started in the first place , she told us also the story of champagne... More
We took a 30 min tour which included two glass of champagne. You can choose the language for your visit and usually if you take the english guide the group will be smaller. It is very interesting and you learn a lot about how they make the champagne. It was a very pleasant tour
I visited this place because it was the only one open on a weekend. I certainly did not regret it! The tour guide was very interactive and knowledgeable. The tour was well-designed and the whole place seemed more of a art gallery than a champagne house. It was thoroughly enjoyable and we even had the chance to try a few... More
Book your visit with a phone call, you can choose the language for the visit. Every year, a new contemporary art exhibition is set there, very high level quality. For a few euros (between 12 and 18 or something), you will have the 30 mn or 1 hour tour in the caves plus a glass of champagne. Beautiful caves, nice... More
I did a 30 minute tour at 11:45 on a Saturday for 12 euros, which included a glass of Brut. Other drink options were also available, at a slightly higher price. It was a but rushed and the group was large, but I was visiting 3 other champagne houses that weekend, so a shorter tour just before lunch was helpful.... More
I did the 30 minute tour and I find it overrated and very touristic. The caves and tunnels are nice though.
We were in Paris for 8 days and didn't want to rent a car. We did a quick day trip via train, so our choices were a bit limiting. We left Gare de L'Est at 8:36, went to Epernay for a 10:45 tasting at Moet and Chandon, took the 13:28 train to Reims, walked around the town, saw the Cathedral... More
Very nice tour and tastings..the caves have attractive carvings in stone..but cool inside so be prepared...Nice champagne tasting at end..interesting scenes and art in cave/cellars...Nice gift shop and gathering room to visit...
The pommery is absolutely beautiful but don't expect to see very much of the process of how champagne is made (I would assume this applies to all champagne pommeries). The process is mostly in the champagne bottle so there is not much to see other than bottles. However, the Vranken caves are stunning and there is very beautiful art inside... More
If you own or manage Champagnes Pommery, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.Manage your listing