A visit to the Moët champagne is a must if you are in a hurry and want to learn in an hour all about champagne and Moët. Very well organised tour for a very commercial brand.
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Visited today on the €30 tour booked on the Moët website. Very easy to find maybe 200m walk from train station. These guys are no#1 for a reason they just do things on such a grand scale so well. The tasting at the end was...More
Highly recommended tour of one of Champagnes finest wine makers. The staff were friendly and the tour was outstanding. Our guide provided a lot of detail on the champagne making process. The caves are impressive. The staff in the tasting room was also helpful and...More
Great visit to this House positioned well on Avenue de Champagne. Very informative guide, who took us through the cellars and explained the process of champagne making. Delicious tasting of two champagnes was a great end to the tour. Worth the €30 price.
Great visit to the caves. Competent and pleasant english speaking tour guide. If you have never been underground where the nectar is aging, this tour is a must. Also fascinating from a historical point of view. And of course, the final chat and champagne tasting...More
Day tour, not to far from Paris, nice cellar, great tour of the premises and had a blast drinking ....Private Champagne & Wine day tour... $$$ but it was great!
The tour guide was good. WE opted for the high end champagne tasting and I'm not convinced it was worth it, unless you really want vintage champagne.
I came to France specifically to visit a champagne house and Moët et Chandon did not disappoint. We toured the caves where hundreds of thousands of bottles are stored and watch a very well produced short video on the production process. Our guide was happy...More
Moet & Chandon was the second of three Champagne Houses we visited in three days. Simon our tour guide was very good and made sure everyone on our tour was given time to enjoy the experience of the cellar tour. The tasting afterwards was of...More
My husband and I were able to secure a private tour of the Most Cellars in early August, and thought it was well worth the extra cost. Our guide spent nearly two hours with us, explaining the various grapes and how they are used in...More