57 Rue de Verdun, 51200 Épernay
The Champagne De Castellane was created in 1895 by Vicomte Florens de Castellane, heir of a family dating back to the Counts of Arles and Provence. The red cross of Saint André which adorns the bottles is a tribute paid by the Viscount to the oldest military regiment in Champagne. Like Mumm's Cordon Rouge, this cross became a symbol of luxury and celebration before the first World War during the "Belle Epoque".
Another strong symbol of the brand, the water tower which adjoins the railway lines and covers the New Art buildings where the house sits. From its 66m viewpoint, it overlooks a traditional champagne style museum, 9 kms of wine cellars and, above all, Champagne Avenue where the main historical houses are installed.
For more than a century, De Castellane has been blending young, fresh and light wines with fuller, more powerful reserve wines, to produce epicurean champagnes to "celebrate and live with passion". Today, the owner of the brand is the Laurent-Perrier group, the third player in the world of Champagne.
The House propose you to visit its domain, its emblematic panoramic tower, its historical museum and the cellars. The guided tour is followed by a tasting.
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