What to visit on the Champagne wine route?
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the cellars and hillsides of Champagne are among the best known in the world. Thanks to Winalist, you will find a list of wine estates open to the public in Champagne (which extends to Epernay or even Troyes). Our interactive map will help you locate the estates and plan your activities in Champagne or through the Champagne tourist route.
Champagne grape varieties to know
Pinot Noir grows on the limestone soils of the Montagne de Reims and the Côte de Bar. With aromas of red fruit, it gives wines body. Meunier is more present in the Marne Valley, and brings a touch of roundness to the blends. Finally, Chardonnay is a white grape variety which represents around 30% of the Champagne vineyard, mostly present on the Côte des Blancs.
How to book a wine weekend in Champagne?
With Winalist, wine tourism in Champagne is just one click away! Discover the partner vineyards and castles in the region, for an experience that suits you. Select your next destination using your criteria, then book your experience on the date and time of your choice, with no booking fees. The majority of our harvesting partners open their doors to you on Saturday and Sunday. Winalist is the leading platform for wine tourism stays in Champagne and France.
The Champagne region is made up of more than 340 Champagne houses, the vast majority of which are located in the Marne. Winalist offers you a map of Champagne vineyards to easily find the experience that will suit you, with family, friends, as a couple or alone.
Book your Winalist en Champagne wine experience now, and discover the prices of the best rated wines from the Champagne region.