From €25.00 / person • 1h00
Guided tour of the Founder by train in the heart of the cellars in Epernay
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About this experience & host
The Founder's Visit: the fresh, fruity, intense and spontaneous discovery of Eugène Mercier's know-how and reference style. Discover our cellars through an audioguided tour on a small train.
The visit will be followed by the tasting of a flute of Brut Mercier.
- Hydroalcoholic gel will be at your disposal
- Visitors will be required to present a valid health pass.
- A social distancing of 1.5m minimum will be kept
From 1 to 4 people
Tasting of 1 wine
Photos by host
The train ride through the cellars is amazing. So is to learn about the history of these champagne houses
it's an experience to see what people can create - and we only went through a small part of the cellars. It's just a shame that we didn't see the individual parts of wine production. It could be in 1 part of the basement
The tour of Mercier's cellar is really fantastic. Dutch audio, very nice. And then drank 1 glass of champagne. Nice things for sale in the shop.
Nice tour in the cellers on the train. Worth a visit.
Enjoyable and informative
Nice visit with the cinema elevator and the train in the cellars. The story of Mercier is worth knowing With a tasting of 2 cups rather than one, to have a comparison of the different homemade products, it would have been just perfect!
Very interesting visit, well organized.
Nice visit, but the demonstration of the actions carried out by the employees of the cellar is missing.
Very good visit!
Good visit very accessible to people with reduced mobility discovery of the making of Champagne
I had been praised for the Mercier cellar, but I confirm the course is pleasant and the whole organization is perfect. The staff is very welcoming. I recommend this visit. Thank you for this morning.
Very well organized
Very nice visit, the staff are very welcoming
Perfectly organized visit, with a lot of technology but also a warm welcome. A very beautiful memory.