9 place Saint-Nicaise, Reims

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Tattinger continues a tradition begun in 1734, when Jacques Fourneaux opened the world’s third Champagne house. In 1932, Pierre Taittinger purchased the company and its grounds, and renamed it after himself. Visits here begin with a film about the brand’s history, followed by a tour of the vast cellars, which include the crypt of a 13th-century abbey that was once used by monks for wine storage. Taittinger’s cellar now stores about 15 million bottles.

Written by Mara Hoberman

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