Anyone for bubbly?
“Come quick, I am drinking the stars!” – with these words, the monk Dom Pérignon is said to have announced his invention of Champagne in the late 17th century. And he certainly wouldn’t be the first to be driven to poetic
paroxysms by the scintillating wines of the Champagne region.
Reims is a city in northeastern France’s historical Champagne-Ardenne region. It’s the unofficial capital of the Champagne wine-growing region, and many of the well-known champagne houses headquartered there offer
tastings and cellar tours.
The price includes: Accommodation at the Holiday Inn Centre, cold buffet breakfast, Eurotunnel.
Single room: £420 per person
Twin sharing: £325 per person
To book please call 020 8807 1515
or email firstname.lastname@example.org