- Champagne house
Since 1825, year that the Joseph Perrier Estate was created by its eponymous founder, the cellars have been anchored in the landscape of Châlons. Unique in Châlons-en-Champagne, these single-storey cellars have been dug in the hill overlooking the Estate and are protected by its wooded park which plays the role of natural climatic regulator.
Of Gallo-Roman origin, they extend over three kilometers and are still used to make the Champagne Joseph Perrier. Their vaults in the shape of a warhead culminating at 10 meters, their skylights, their walls testifying to the work of thousands of men, retrace the history of these magnificent cellars where millions of bottles age.
During your visit-tasting, you will discover the secret of the birth of Champagne, the history and the uniqueness of the family home.
The Joseph Perrier Cellars are closed for renovation. Reopening in summer 2020.
- Visites libres en permanence : no
- Visites guidées en permanence : no
- Visites libres sur demande : no
- Visites guidées sur demande : yes
- Average visit duration : 75 minutes
Accepted animals : No
- Child : 7 €
- Carte bleue
- Money transfer
Maximum number of people : 50