Enter the luxury and refined world of Champagne with this 1-hour cellar tour in the legendary G.H. Mumm House in Reims. Founded in 1827 by three brothers, G.H. Mumm House is one of the largest Champagne producers in the world.
You will be invited to discover the essence of champagne cellars dating back 200 years ago, where 25 million of bottles are stored over 15 miles of galleries.
You will have the opportunity to explore the sophisticated process of champagne making. You will learn about their expertise and the secrets behind the creation of their many Champagnes especially the well-known "Cordon Rouge".
Decorated with the famous red ribbon of the Legion of Honour, Cordon Rouge is the symbol of the firm’s excellence and savoir-faire. In order to provide the best quality champagnes, the winemaking team of the House chooses to age the champagnes for longer than the legal minimum to create wines of perfect maturity, so instead of eighteen months, it takes approximately two and a half years to age a Cordon Rouge bottle. At the end of your visit, you will be delighted to taste one the most popular and exquisite champagnes in the world.