We were recommended this place by our hotel and as the weather was miserably damp and cold we went along. We had not intended to stay very long but we ended up spending an enjoyable couple of hours. We discovered quite a lot about champagne by talking to Christina who presented different champagnes, ratafia and marc de champagne for us to taste. Christina was great to talk to and very knowledgeable. Fortunately the champagne tasting was accompanied by complimentary olives and nuts as we seemed to consume more than we had intended. We were fortunate to be the only visitors so we had Christina’s expertise to ourselves. This is a good place to begin if your knowledge of champagne is limited like ours. Excellent too that it serves champagne from just 35-40 small producers. You do not need to spend a fortune to find very good champagne. Having discovered that we preferred the pinot noir grape, it made our outing the next day to small champagne producers an easier choice.
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