Let yourself be tempted by the beauty of the historic capital of Champagne, Hautvillers. This small village, cradle of Champagne and Dom Pérignon will allow you to have a breathtaking view of the Marne valley. Located less than 200 kilometers from Paris, visit Hautvillers during your wine tourism weekend. Winalist invites you to meet winegrowers and harvesters, to discover their cellars and their wine estates. You will find the list of wine experiences offered in Hautvillers.
Are you looking for advice and information to take part in a tasting workshop, visit a cellar, a Champagne house or a winegrower near Hautvillers in France? Hautvillers is only 2 hours from Paris by car. There are plenty of places to visit if you come to Hautvillers as it is a village which is surrounded by vineyards and wine estates. It is now part of the UNESCO World Heritage. First of all, when you arrive in Hautvillers, you must visit the Abbaye Saint-Pierre d'Hautvillers, which housed the monk Dom Pérignon, inventor of champagne. You will then have to meet the local winegrowers. Thanks to Winalist, you will find a list of wineries open to the public in the Champagne region (which extends to Epernay, Reims or even Troyes). The map will help you locate the estates and plan your trip to Champagne or through the Champagne tourist route! Book your visit, tasting, … in the winery of your choice below.
Do you want to discover all the secrets of the Champagne region? Winalist is at your disposal and offers you a selection of new things to do in Hautvillers. Let yourself be seduced by the beauty of the historic village of Champagne in a few steps. Hautvillers, the historic capital of Champagne is one of the first villages to visit to understand where and how the history of champagne began.
Founded in the year 650 and headed by Dom Pérignon from 1668, the village of Hautvillers is full of cellars, vineyards, wine and champagne bars. Get in touch with wine professionals thanks to the Winalist address book and discover that they innovate every day to help you discover their method of working with grapes, their different cuvées and their vineyards.
The village of Hautvillers is charming and typical of Champagne. You can visit the village without even using your car, it is best to do everything on foot. The winegrowers are very present there and open their doors to offer you guided tours of their cellars, their vines and end their tours with the tasting of their best wines.
You can also visit Saint Pierre Abbey, a key place in the village and where Dom Pérignon, the creator of champagne, rests.
Winalist then offers you a list of vineyards to see, winegrowers to meet and wines to taste. Our map will allow you to organize your stay in Hautvillers. Do not ask yourself any more questions and come and discover the Champagne region in all its corners and with all its secrets.