Champagne : where historic memory and nature meet to sparkle
More than an exclusive vineyard, Champagne is a former French county full of historical sites and devoted to the preservation of nature. Its landscapes are imbued with serenity despite the scars of the Great War and its infamous battles of the Marne.
From the Gothic Reims Cathedral to Troyes medieval city center, going by the Ardennes Regional Nature Park and the wildlife sanctuary of la Forêt d’Orient, enjoy, at your speed, a true taste of France with a glass of Champagne produced by the winemaker you’ve just met
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US involvement in WW1 can still be seen in the Aisne‐Marne landscapes and contributed to the preservation of the French way of life.
More than a beverage, Champagne is also a former French county. Its medieval trade fairs attracted people from all over Europe. During this stay, enjoy the remnant of this opulence as the serenity of the landscapes speckled with numerous vineyards and houses of Champagne.
Crédits Photos © : Eric Santos CC-BY-SA 3.0 / Atout France / Olivier Roux (j. 06.06.2022) / Zairon CC-BY-SA 4.0