Registered since 2015 as World Herritage Site by UNESCO, the hillside slopes of Hautvillers and from Aÿ to Mareuil-sur- Aÿ, are recognized as the birth place of champagne.
The footprint of the most prestigious of wines is engraved in its villages and its houses, which are hotbeds of the wine tradition of the region, in its landscapes and heritage. It is here that the champagne production predominantly takes place.
When they are not working in their vines, the hundreds of winegrowers present in the region, are producing their cuvees and watch the bottles in their cellars. They are ready to welcome you to share a few secrets of the champagne production with you and to taste theirs wines with you.
Let’s not forget that Champagne’s story, is first and foremost a human story.
Champagne inspires outdoor activities that also allow you to go beyond the surface of things. Walk 2.2 km along the Sentier du Vigneron in Mutigny-en- Champagne and discover this typical Champagne landscape. With your smartphone and our new application Mhikes, you can walk, bike or drive on the path of vineyards in Bouzy. Want to visit the vineyard while respecting the environment? It is possible in Aÿ by taking a tasting trip in an electric car through the vineyards.