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Hautvillers is a beautiful small village in north-eastern France with a population of around 800 people. It was the home of Dom Perignon (and his burial place).

Dom Perignon was a monk whose wine-making trials and errors helped to eventually develop Champagne.


    L'Avenue de Champagne (Champagne Avenue) is in Épernay, the “Capital of champagne” in France.

    Its name derives from the presence of many leading champagne producers such as Moët et Chandon, Mercier and De Castellane.

    It is said that this avenue is one of the most expensive in the world because of the millions of bottles of champagne stored in the cellars beneath it.


      Troyes, France

      Troyes is a town in the Champagne region of France where many of the houses are half-timbered and date back to the 1500s.

      It is also home to “Cat Alley”. Local legend has it that the alley is so narrow that cats jump from roof to roof 🐱!