Family and friendly estate, Champagne Emeline Closquinet is located at the foot of the vineyards, in the center of Vinay.
The Emeline Closquinet Champagne cuvées are made from the blending of the three grape varieties that are present in the Coteaux Sud of Epernay. The cuvées are valued by the practice of a reasoned culture.
Are you passionate about history and curious to know more about the First World War !? The visit to the Main de Massiges site will undoubtedly fascinate you.
Located east of the Champagne War Front, at the junction of the Argonne War Front, the Main de Massiges represented a strategic point on the Champagne front during the Battle of the Marne in 1915. A veritable natural fortress, all of this chalky tray consists of several high points resembling a left hand.
The whole of the galleries, updated and maintained by the association La Main de Massiges, makes it a high place of tourism of memory and archeology of the Great War.
On a self-guided or guided tour (on request), discover what the daily life of soldiers in the trenches could be like.
1792, the French Revolution is saved at Valmy!
Multimedia and digital accompany you for a visit to the heart of the revolutionary turmoil.
Alongside General Kellermann, relive the highlights of the battle and discover the challenges of this historic confrontation.
After visiting the historic center of Valmy 1792, your steps lead you naturally under the wings of the famous Mill of Valmy. Accompanied by a guide, enter the mill and discover the secrets of the manufacture of flour (information about tours of the mill in the historical center Valmy 1792).
Built in 1726, the museum has numerous objects evoking the tumultuous history of the city and its surroundings but also the legendary sweet life of the eighteenth century, critical time in the history of France.
Before becoming an ideal city during the eighteenth century, Sainte-Ménéhould since the Middle Ages was a stronghold defending the borders of the kingdom. During its history, the city has experienced major events including the recognition of Louis XVI during his flight to Varennes in 1791.
The museum’s collections witness its rich past. Finally, scientific objects and works of art of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries evoke the intellectual ferment that preceded the French Revolution and the taste of that time.
Micro-Folie, the digital museum!
Magic ! Thousands of art works from the largest national and international cultural institutions parade in front of your eyes, without having to move from your seat. The most advanced digital tools and augmented reality allow you to visit exceptional places and museums.
We go from the Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac Museum to the Picasso Museum, from the Palace of Versailles to the Louvres … All those who have marked the arts over the centuries are there.
Led by the Ministry of Culture and coordinated by La Villette, this digital museum benefits from a partnership with 14 major national and international establishments. The fund is continuously enriched.
The champagne estate Louis Dousset is located in Verzenay, in the heart of the Montagne de Reims. Since 1844, the Dousset family has taken special care in working the land and the vine thanks to a balance between ancestral methods and new technologies.
The Dousset family operates a reasoned culture, biodynamic, for the work of its vines and the elaboration of its champagnes. Some parcels that are over 80 years old, give the estate and the Champagnes an exceptional quality.
The Lacuisse family has exploited their vineyard since the beginning of the 20th century. Today the estate reaches 17 hectares, spread over the hillsides of Sermiers, a village classified as “Premier Cru” in the heart of the Montagne de Reims.
Respectful of their heritage, the Lacuisse family is committed to Sustainable Viticulture in Champagne.
“We take care of our vines without insecticides, limit treatments, practice weeding, mechanical tillage as well as sexual confusion and we recover our washing water.”
Lacuisse champagnes are without bisulfite added during disgorgement and benefit from aging in cellars for a minimum of 4 years.
During a tour of the estate, you will start with a projection then you will discover the vineyard, the cellar, the riddling, the disgorgement and the dosage of the shipping liqueur. The visit will end with a commented tasting of the champagnes.
Immerse yourself in the authentic life of the bocage Champenois and discover life in the past during a timeless visit.
Discover the moving history of the creation of Lac du Der, the 3 disappeared villages, half-timbered buildings (church, school, town hall, old post office), the biodiversity typical of the region and crafts of the past.
Outside, stroll through the themed gardens: garden of 100 medicinal plants, insect garden, garden of ancient vegetables, etc.
The Village Musée du Der is the true memory of the heritage of the Pays du Der and an ideal starting point for a stay at Lac du Der!
The Étienne Oudart Champagne Estate was born in 1958 on the heights of the Coteaux Sud d’Epernay vineyard, in Brugny.
In the Oudart family, the passion for wines, terroir and quality is passed on from father to son. For Jacques, 2nd generation on the Estate, the main thing is to give the vineyards and their fruits time to reach an optimal balance, rich in sugar and aromas.
It is therefore natural that he moved towards reasoned viticulture, work rewarded in 2018 by obtaining the certifications “Sustainable Viticulture in Champagne” and “High Environmental Value”.
The Moulin l’Abbesse Eco Pedagogical Park is located in Cormontreuil, closeby to the city of Reims. This 6 hectare park is lush greenery, a real nature break!
Chickens, cows, goats, sheeps, rabbits, and many other animals are waiting for you, you can come as a family or a group !
Enjoy many activities, fun exhibitions about ecology, animals … to discover independently!