CENTER FOR SENSORY INTERPRETATION OF CHAMPAGNE WINES
OPENING IN APRIL 2021
The former Pommery Pressing Center in Aÿ-Champagne has remained for nearly a century a witness to the know-how of the wine-making and winemaking professions, making it a symbolic place of intangible heritage. Since last October, the former Pommery Pressing Center in Aÿ-Champagne has been undergoing its metamorphosis into an Interpretation Center dedicated to the wines of Champagne, which will open its doors in April 2021.
You will be able to live an original sensory experience to understand THE Champagne in a playful and interactive way.
Vibrate to the rhythm of the seasons, slide into the center of the earth, discover the highlights of the work of the vine and the wine, feel the effervescence of the harvest, awaken your taste buds during the tasting.
You can also discover an offer of experiences around tasting, cultural and event programmes.
Le Pressoir will include a spectacular scenographic and sensory tour, a bar, a restaurant, a shop and a Lalique area. It has been designed for tourists and locals, but also for connoisseurs and neophytes.
DISCOVER IN A FEW PICTURES THIS FABULOUS JOURNEY FROM THE EARTH TO THE BUBBLE!
BECOME A SPONSOR, WHY NOT YOU ?
This place, which is scheduled to open in April 2021, will not be closed to the public!
Seize the opportunity to become a sponsor and ensure your support for the local public works sector but also, and above all, for the tourist development of our territory!
A BIT OF HISTORY
The former Pommery presses in Aÿ
The Pommery pressing center in Aÿ is an important part of the architectural and industrial heritage of the House of the same name, which experienced considerable growth at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century.
At that time, Pommery imposed its style and adorned its architectural ensembles with singular colors: blue gray and brick red.
Built at the foot of the hillsides, now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this building, at the heart of champagne production, remained for nearly a century a witness to the know-how of the winegrowing and winemaking professions, making it a symbolic place of intangible heritage.