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The generations come and go and mingle to allow the transition of family history.

According to Jean (1931), Pol (1905), Camille (1877), Eugene (1850), Louis (1819), Marie-Louis (1786), Jean-Baptiste (1757) and with Mickaël (1983), we will do everything we can to have the pleasure of receiving you. 

We will tell you about the discovery of our exploitation, our vineyards located on the hills of Ambonnay, our presses, the winery and cellar located in our old village across three production sites. Then we finish with the flute of friendship. But be careful, we must also be in the cellar or in the vineyards and can not be exclusively in the pleasure of sharing a visit with you.

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CAUTION : Visit ONLY by appointment,  subject to availability.

On the domain, Depending on the season and climatic conditions, visits to the vineyard, cellars, tasting.


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    PRESSORIA gives you the opportunity to discover Champagne in a fun and interactive way. The 5 senses will be at work to learn everything from Champagne.

    The permanent visit allows you to discover the geology, the climate, the life of the soil, the cycle of the vine, the harvest and pressing, the elaboration of the Champagne, an extraordinary spectacle around the effervescence, all in a sensory, interactive way.

    • Sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste will be solicited.
    • Trip with the long time of the earth or ephemeral with bubbles,

    • Discover the diversity of Champagne.

    The Museum of Champagne Wine and Regional Archeology is located on the Avenue de Champagne, the most prestigious street in the city of Epernay.

    The museum houses one of the most important collections of national archeology and a remarkable heritage on the history of champagne. In terms of archeology, the museum’s collection currently consists of 80,000 regional pieces, from the Paleolithic to the early Middle Ages. The wine fund consists of 6,000 pieces dedicated to the history of champagne. The collections are organized around four spaces.

    • On the ground floor, formation of the Champagne landscape,
    • On the first floor, champagne making,

    • On the second floor, archeological collections.

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