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Champagne Museum with accommodation

Champagne Museum with accommodation

At Trepail (51 Marne, Grand Est) Sylvie Gérard-Maizieres has opened this property as an innovative boutique museum dedicated to champagne, with art exhibitions, jazz concerts and cooking courses, and 12 tableaux theatre of robot marionettes that explain in layman’s terms the a-z of champagne’s history and the secret of its production. – Pré en Bulles

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Pre en Bulles

Accommodation includes

  • Self-catering apartments (sleeping up to 6) and

  • Bed & Breakfast (Chambres d’Hôtes).

All rooms offer  free wifi, vineyard views, en suite bathrooms and a kitchenette (in the self-catering apartments.) Situated in the regional park of La Montagne de Reims,  and 16 miles South East of  Reims. And there is a daily Champagne tasting.

For more info see Pré en Bulles

nearby alternative vineyard accommodation: Champagne Ployez-Jacquemart Bed and Breakfast

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Champagne David Léclapart

While the Léclapart family is well into in its fourth generation of champagne production, David Léclapart’s decision to follow in the family business came relatively late. It was not until his father passed away that he assumed responsibility for the estate, and in 1998 founded his own small domaine. Prior to that he had worked at Léclerc-Briant in Epernay and studied at the agricultural school in Beaujeu. Following his arrival at the family estate, he transitioned almost immediately to biodynamic agricultural methods. And 1999 saw the small volume release of his first three cuvées, drawing the attention of champagne insiders around the world.

Léclapart’s 3 ha vineyard in the Premier Cru village of Trépail is scattered among 22 parcels. The estate’s biodynamic approach has been certified by Ecocert and Demeter from the 2000 vintage onward. David Léclapart believes that biological winegrowing is complicated for Champagne – see www.champagne-characters.com