There’s nowhere quite like Champagne. Tailored to your tastes, Clos19 is proud to present a personalized Champagne tour. Wander Ruinart’s cellars, sample Moët & Chandon vintages in an exclusive salon visited by Napoleon, and explore the Veuve Clicquot vineyards. Yes, this is Champagne, Clos19-style.
Take four days (longer if you like) for your Champagne break – and let us handle the details for you. Celebrating a special occasion? We’ll see if there’s a vintage to match. Each day we can delight you with Michelin-starred dinners and five-star luxuries that are sure to suit your preferences. A private driver and Clos19 ambassador will ensure your every need is met.
Your four personalized days in Champagne include:
- Moët & Chandon tour with a private guide: Explore the cellars with an expert and enjoy different vintages in the same historic salon where Emperor Napoleon himself was hosted several times.
- Personalized Ruinart visit: Explore the oldest champagne House, its UNESCO World Heritage cellars and their ancient beginnings. Discover Ruinart’s long-standing relationship with art, then enjoy a private tasting of two Ruinart champagnes: Ruinart Blanc de Blancs and a Dom Ruinart vintage.
- Veuve Clicquot exploration: Discover the soul of this champagne House with your private guide, who will introduce you to the secrets of its most iconic vineyards. Then visit the UNESCO World Heritage cellars and indulge in a tasting.
- Two lunches in local elegant brasseries.
- Three dinners in Michelin-starred restaurants: At Château les Crayères, Racine restaurant and the Royal Champagne Hotel.
- Five-star accommodation: Enjoy the opulence of the recently opened Royal Champagne Hotel & Spa.
- Massage and spa experience: Relax in the luxurious spa of the Royal Champagne.
- Clos19 ambassador: To cater to all your needs.
Optional experience, additional fee applies*:
- Heritage tour with a private guide: For those who love culture, indulge in a private tour of the Reims cathedral’s towers and its museum – Palais du Tau, in the heart of Champagne, where 34 French kings were crowned.*