How to book the perfect Champagne tasting experience in Champagne

Discover the pleasures of the Champagne region and enjoy an effervescent experience Champagne tasting without all the tedious, time consuming searching online.

www.champagne-booking.com has done all the hard work for you. Simply choose the type of tour or experience you want – from a Champagne tasting to grape picking or Sabrage – the technique of opening a bottle with a sword, who wouldn’t want to try that?! Whether you want a wedding reception or a Champagne Masterclass – with Champagne-Booking, everything fizzy is covered.

The best and easiest way to book a Champagne tasting in Champagne

Anyone who would like to enjoy a Champagne tasting can book easily and quickly through this platform. It’s used by both the biggest Champagne domaines such as the legendary Mumm to small independent producers. It means you can see very simply where to go for the perfect Champagne experience for you. It’s not expensive. There are free tours you can book from the website and guided tours and tasting with prices starting at just 5 Euros for a tasting of three different and very delicious Champagnes

Everything Champagne and sparkling in one place

 Every Champagne House is unique. Through Champagne-Booking you can discover not just Champagne tasting opportunities but some of the fabulous activities of the area. Fancy a picnic in a vineyard? Check. We can tell you where you can experience it in style.

Perhaps a vineyard tour by Land Rover or motorbike with picnic food, and of course a glass of fizz, is what you fancy.

If you want to try your hand at Sabrage, or take a Masterclass where you learn more about production – we can help.

Or maybe you’d like to indulge in a gastronomic or Michelin star meal on the estate of a Champagne domaine.

Vineyard Segway tours, grape picking during the harvest season and more – when it comes to Champagne, there are loads of experiences on offer to make your visit truly special.

Champagne-Booking also provides bespoke and group tours in the Champagne region.

Many people visit the larger Champagne Houses and think that Champagne is expensive and that a bottle of Champagne should only be opened on special occasions. Well, let’s dispel that myth… There are several types of Champagne and a Champagne for every budget – from barbecues to birthdays. And the price varies. Sometimes it’s not easy to discover the many small true hidden gems of Champagne production. Located in stunning villages, with interesting histories they love to share and of course, excellent Champagnes – with a seriously good bottle often costing less than €15 Euros.

Champagne is more than a drink, it’s an emotion and with the excellent savoir faire of Champagne-Booking you’ll have a visit and memories to cherish forever.

Find out more at www.champagne-booking.com

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