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The "Vignobles & Découvertes" label allows you to find accommodation and restaurants more easily at French vineyards.
The region can be explored by following the Champagne Trail, which begins at the famous Avenue de Champagne, in Épernay, the historical capital of champagne.
Situated between Reims and Épernay, this region’s natural and built heritage can be explored by car by following the Champagne Trail, which criss-crosses the region.
Close to Reims,
the "Coronation City", with its wealth of UNESCO heritage sites, the destination consists of
vineyards planted on two great plateaus: the Tardenois and the Massif de Saint-Thierry.
The vineyards of the Coteaux du Sézannais are a continuation of the Côte des Blancs, to the south of Épernay. In former times, they belonged to the diocese of Troyes.
The relatively recent "Côte des Bar" appellation refers to a massif with a degree of unity situated in the east of the department of Aube, where it meets the Champagne and Burgundy regions.
Less than 2 hours’ drive from Paris, the vineyard of the Auxerrois spread across 17 communes to the south and the south-east of Auxerre. This historic vineyard is referenced as the most famous vineyard of the Auxerrois region.