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Day 1 WEL­COME TO CHAM­PAGNE de­part for France on a pri­vate coach via eurotunnel or ferry (de­pend­ing on avail­abil­ity) to the cham­pagne re­gion. upon ar­rival in reims, check into a four-star ho­tel lo­cated in the cen­tre of the city for the next two nights.

EX­CLU­SIVE LIVINGETC EX­PE­RI­ENCE in the evening, en­joy a mag­i­cal cham­pagne din­ner held in the vaulted crypt of the spec­tac­u­lar me­dieval Palais du Tau, which once held coronation banquets for the kings of France and is now of­fi­cially clas­si­fied as a unesco World her­itage site.

Day 2 PRI­VATE PARTY at TAITTINGER in the morn­ing, af­ter a cham­pagne break­fast (of course!), take part in a tutored tast­ing by one of arblaster & clarke’s ex­perts of the best champagnes and wines of the cham­pagne re­gion. There will be some free time over lunch to ex­plore the his­toric city of reims and visit its stun­ning cathe­dral, or sim­ply take the chance to re­lax be­fore the next tast­ing.


EX­PE­RI­ENCE in the af­ter­noon, the fa­mous cham­pagne house Taittinger will be host­ing a pri­vate party at its in­cred­i­ble demeure des comtes de cham­pagne head­quar­ters in reims. here, sip on some of Taittinger’s finest vin­tages while eat­ing de­li­cious canapés and then take a tour of the com­pany’s iconic chalk cel­lars, parts of which oc­cupy 4th-cen­tury ro­man stone quar­ries and oth­ers that were ex­ca­vated by 13th-cen­tury benedictine monks.

Day 3 SPE­CIAL VINE­YARD TOUR AND GOURMET FAREWELL LUNCH an­other cham­pagne break­fast rings in the fi­nal day of the trip.


EX­PE­RI­ENCE en­joy a fas­ci­nat­ing be­hindthe-scenes visit to one of the re­gion’s most fa­mous vine­yards, which sup­plies the top cham­pagne houses, and find out how they pro­duce the grapes that are used in the unique Méth­ode Cham­p­enoise. Fi­nally, as a farewell cel­e­bra­tion, sit down to a gourmet lunch in the cham­pagne vilmart château to toast the end of the jour­ney and the new friends made along the way. From here, travel back to the uk by pri­vate coach via eurotunnel or ferry (de­pend­ing on avail­abil­ity).

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