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Hautvillers

Hautvillers

Rue de L'Eglise, Hautvillers, France

The basics

There’s more to the town than its abbey. Stroll through its streets and you’ll see whimsical iron signs gracing every public and commercial building, indicating what lies within. And there are wine tastings at Au 36, charming dining options, and lots of activities nearby. Pretty much any tour you take of the Champagne region will include a stop in Hautvillers. Most depart from Paris or Reims, and are an excellent alternative to renting a car if you plan to imbibe.

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Recent reviews from experiences in Champagne

star-5
Une experience tres bien
Juliette_v, Sep 2020
Champagne Self Guided E-Bike Tour to Hautvillers with Lunch and Tasting
Nice experience with a Good organisation, Nice people, Nice food en Good bikes! Thanks for everything
star-5
Definitely worth it!
Michele_d, Jul 2020
Champagne Self Guided E-Bike Tour to Hautvillers with Lunch and Tasting
Such a great experience. Will highly recommend it to anyone that wants to be experience the Champagne region first hand by bike. The tasting was at Egos a lovely boutique family run champagne house! Lunch was also delicious. All in all, great value for money and excellent service!
star-4
Amazing day out with superb food and champagne.
Matt_K, Jul 2020
Champagne Self Guided E-Bike Tour to Hautvillers with Lunch and Tasting
The bikes were superb, the staff friendly and very helpful. Only issue was the bike map app didn’t work very well but the staff rectified that issue quickly. The scenery was absolutely stunning and we thoroughly enjoyed the tour of the champagne house. The tasting was very good. We tried 4 different champagnes. The lunch was a superb selection of french cuisine that filled us up. The lunch was served with more excellent champagne and wine. The setting for lunch was also very picturesque. I highly recommend this tour and thank the friendly staff for a great day.
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Things to know before you go

  • Drinking and driving in France can land you a two-year jail sentence.
  • You can visit Dom Pérignon’s gravestone inside the Abbey.
  • Travelers with limited mobility or in wheelchairs might find the town difficult to navigate.
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How to get there

Hautvillers is located a 10-minute drive north of Epernay, and regular shuttle buses connect the two towns—departing from the railway station in Epernay. Still, your best bet is to join a tour that will take you winery hopping, unless someone in your group is willing to be a designated driver.

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When to get there

The most pleasant time to visit Hautvillers and the surrounding Champagne region, in terms of weather, is from late spring through early autumn, though the harvest time (starting in late September) can get busy. Avoid winter, when it's cold and many of the smaller champagne houses close to visitors, or limit their opening hours to the weekends.

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The Moët & Chandon Champagne Cellars

If you're visiting Hautvillers, you'll likely also be passing through nearby Epernay, home to the cellars of the celebrated Moët & Chandon brand. The cellars feature a huge network of tunnels spanning around 17 miles (27 kilometers) in length and can be visited as part of a tour (which includes tastings).

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What are the nearest attractions to Hautvillers?
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What else should I know about attractions in Champagne?
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As well as visiting the Hautvillers, check out these trip ideas to make the most of your visit: