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Champagne Tourist Route

Just 20 minutes from Châlons-en-Champagne, join the Champagne Tourist Route, an essential way to discover the hidden secrets of champagne and to appreciate the region’s rich cultural and gastronomic heritage.

Winding through the vineyards

The Champagne Tourist Route is fully signposted and offers over 600 kilometres of breathtaking scenery. The road winds its way through the vineyards across rugged hillsides, past Champagne villages, churches and chateaux.

Take time along the way to enjoy a stroll through the vineyards, meet the winegrowers and hear about their passion for their work, discover typical Champagne villages such as Hautvillers, the birthplace of Champagne, and admire panoramic views of these picturesque villages and vineyards.

The Champagne Tourist Route offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy wonderful tastings and tours of the region’s cellars and vineyards.

One road offering several routes

The Champagne Tourist Route is made up of 6 different circuits. Each one allows you to discover the treasures of the vineyards and the specialities of each region, all at your own pace.

    • The Saint-Thierry Massif
    • The Montagne de Reims
    • The Vitryat hillsides
    • The Marne Valley
    • The Côte des Blancs
    • The Coteaux du Sézannais and the Petit Morin

 

The 2 closest trips to Châlons are the Montagne de Reims and the Vitryat hillsides.