Tasting & Finger Foods

You want to chill with your partner/friends, discover what is included into our WORKSHOP N°3 at the Champagne Chopin.

On the terrace or in the cellar-tasting, try the complexity of a range, by enjoying a tasting of 3 Emmanuel’s delicate champagnes. Have you heard about the ratafia champenois? Also a local produce, we will make you taste 2 of it. Both are paired with local finger food. Find as Chaource cheeseLangres cheeserillettes of ratafia and tartare of salmon. Of course you can also do the visit as an option. Click here to ask for the cellar tour. 

Julien Chopin Champagne House in Monthelon (nearby Epernay) is open all along the year for our visitors. This is your chance to discover a small winegrower range. Please, understand the reservation is required. Purchase your tickets here.

The WORKSHOP N°3 isn’t optimal and you want to be more professional, we advice you to take the 101 course “How to do a tasting” with the WORKSHOP N°4. 

Our domain

Our domain has been present in the village of Monthelon since 1947. It’s at 6 km from Epernay, Capital of Champagne. The vineyard is based on the Coteaux Sud d’Epernay, where Meunier is all over (in the villages of Monthelon, Mancy and Moussy). It’s also in the Cote des Blancs: slopes of Chardonnay (in the villages of Chouilly, Cuis and Grauves). We grow our vines in the Champagne and Ratafia traditional’s methods while practicing a system of supervised growing techniques for treatments, in order to protect the environment. Discover precisely all the secrets about the Champagne Julien CHOPIN, during the workshop. Don’t hesitate to ask questions.

The range

What’s change from a big house of champagne tasting from prominent brands that you could find in supermarkets. They cultivate the virtue of sparkling, and that’s it. As a matter of fact, it’s brilliant for your Instagram account, but we can do the same and do way more! Champagnes winemakers will be however much more interesting for the amateurs! Our range focused on the origin of the grapes used to make the different cuvees. So we will represent on the qualities of the soil from which they come: Grand Cru, Premier Cru… or the villages of origin. The goal is to understand each terroir, each grape variety, each vintage and the footprint that they left into the wines.

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