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The only one of its kind in Champagne , this Elizabethan-style estate was conceived and built by Mrs Pommery in the 19th century! Take a guided tour of the cellars for a peek into some of our Gallo-Roman chalk quarries and our contemporary art...more
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This cellar has a wonderful tour and if you are lucky you will have the engaging and effervescent guide, Romaine. It was easy to secure tour reservations for a tour in English and he was so pleasant to listen to that it made the best...More
We had a ery nice tour in French in the cellar of the Pommery Winehouse. Our female and male host were very friendly. The tour was very informative.
Afterwards tasting one of 4 types of champagne and we could even keep the glasses!
I love Pommery and I always did so I was so excited to finally go and visit. The whole building and the big garden is gorgeous! There’s a lovely bar as well and everyone seemed very kind and nice.We visited the cave and had a...More
I have travelled to the Champagne region of France many times, and looked forward to a tour at Pommery. We descended into the caves via a stairway with strobe lighting. As we went through the caves, there were several large and rather strange, art installations...More
Impressive champagne house inside and out - absolutely beautiful. Celebrating a friend's birthday and this visit did not disappoint. The tour was expertly led. The stairwell down to the cellar was better than the stories we had heard from others. The history we learned as...More
Awesome tour of Champagne Pommery. The caves used for storing the champagne for years are extensive and were used during the war for people to virtually life in to be safe from bombing. Well worth the visit. Amazing art collection in the caves also
An online friend turned us on to Pommery. We were exploring the champagne region of France and were absolutely overwhelmed by the Pommery site. A very popular cellar, make a reservation before arriving to take advantage of the tour. The tasting room is large and...More