Le Clos Raymi
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... back through the town to our car.
From Provins, we had an easy drive to Reims. The sun can out during our drive – hurray! On the way, we drove through the town of Epernay, which has some of the most expensive real estate in the world, along the Avenue de Champagne. Of course, we drove along the avenue, admiring the chateau of all the famous champagne makers.
We found our hotel (a 19th century champagne chateau) and checked in around 2pm. After ...
... to start the day. The rest of the time we spent wandering around Epernay, popping into Champagne bars, eating nice food, looking at the buildings etc. We didn't even get to Reims as we loved this place so much. Oh well, I guess we'll have to come back again - perhaps in summer next time. This stop was a very unexpected highlight and has certainly cemented France as our favourite country. Next stop Bruges - its in Belgium (from the movie In Bruges).
... our back pack. We spent the evening wandering the city, a stop at the tourism office enlightened me the Möet and C****** was closed for reservations so I wouldn't be able to do there tour. My heart sank I came all this way especially to see their champagne. We had dinner at this French place that had like pub food it was quite nice the poor waitress didn't speak much English and hardly understood ...
... Sorted with the campsite, but it was still raining so put off putting the tent up and we headed off to get a tasting or two in - first stop was Hautvillers, a lovely little town that can claim to be the home of Champagne after Dom Perignon invented the method to manufacture - and now has a street named after him. After asking at the info centre about a little bar that I'd heard was great, we were unfortunately told it was closed on Mondays... Always our luck!We were recommended to ...
... navigated Claudia through some very narrow and winding roads, and upon arrival Pierre met us at the door. This particular champagne house is small - in fact, they only produce 60,000 bottles a year (mostly sold only in France) and it is almost as if they make the wine in the back of the house. But that just made the tour all the more enjoyable as it is still done on a very small scale, without the trappings of the tourist industry to which ...