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The Vignobles & Découvertes label

  • The "Vignobles & Découvertes" label allows you to find accommodation and restaurants more easily at French vineyards.

  • From November 14, 2014 to November 18, 2014
  • 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 region can be explored by following the Champagne Trail, which begins at the famous Avenue de Champagne, in Épernay, the historical capital of champagne.

  • 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.

  • The “Pays de Thau”, and its mosaic of terroirs, allow everyone to create a stay tailored to their desires.