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CHAMPAGNE MONIAL - LE CELLIER AUX MOINES

Harvesting and food treatment, Champagne cellars, Champaign at Colombé-le-Sec
  • The 'Cellier aux Moines', built in the 12th century by the Cistercian order (and where the Clairvaux monks once kept a cellar), is now home to thousands of bottles of Champagne. The wines lying in the shadow of its Gothic columns include Communio blancs de noirs, Lux Aeterna blancs de blancs and Libera me/Sylves assemblages.

    Free guided tour and tasting.

    Open daily:
    April, May, June 2pm to 6pm
    July, August 9am to 6pm
    September, October 2pm to 6pm
    From November to March by appointment...
    The 'Cellier aux Moines', built in the 12th century by the Cistercian order (and where the Clairvaux monks once kept a cellar), is now home to thousands of bottles of Champagne. The wines lying in the shadow of its Gothic columns include Communio blancs de noirs, Lux Aeterna blancs de blancs and Libera me/Sylves assemblages.

    Free guided tour and tasting.

    Open daily:
    April, May, June 2pm to 6pm
    July, August 9am to 6pm
    September, October 2pm to 6pm
    From November to March by appointment

    Find out more: http://www.monial.net
  • Spoken languages
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